Full Blown AIDS Symptoms
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Posted by anxious66, 1 ReplyI have posted about my risk before, unprotected oral (msm) me giving, no ejaculation. tested negative at 6 weeks with a 4th gen duo.
my question is more out of curiosity, although i am scared it MAY apply to me too. Kaposi's sarcoma is an infection... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesWhat does F.B. AIDS appear like....what happens? Is is a collection of syptoms?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHIV+ not full blown AIDS!!!
I have been HIV+ for about 8 or 9 years now , and Iv'e had my
share of OI's all that are kept under control with good health as
well as my 22pill-a-Day regime. But my ouestion is ....what is
full blown Aids??? I'am... Read more »
Posted by MsStiletto, 10 RepliesIn Dec.2002 I was diagnosed with full-blown aids. I had thrush, neuropathy, CMV colitis & MAC. I had 18 Tcells & Viral load in the millions if thats possible. I now have 346 Tcells & undetectable.
My question is, can I now be considered... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesMy partner and I have been together for nearly twelve years, and we have known for the last ten years that he was HIV-Postive. Now he is considered FULL BLOWN AIDS, I still can't wrap my mind around that, yet. We have been discussing telling our... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.First off we no longer use the term "full blown AIDS," because in reality there is no such thing as "partially blown AIDS."Briefly responding to your questions:1. No. HIVers do not progress immediately from ARS to AIDS. 2.... Read more »
HelpWithBenefits.comI agree. There is no difference between "full blown AIDS" and AIDS. Actually, there is very little distinction between HIV positive and AIDS other than the presence of symptoms. Social Security makes no distinction between the two since... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe range is quite variable so no prediction is appropriate. If a patient is on preventative meds of infections and has good nutrition and hormone status that can maintain health to some degree. Full blown AIDS has many definitions as well ranging... Read more »
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