Fungal Urinary Tract Infection Hiv
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyi have had constant uti's for a yr now they go away with antibiotics then as soon as i finish the pills it is back is uti's common in late hiv
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi, folks! I had a risky exposure 2 1/2 months ago (oral sex performed on me by sex worker), and developed urinary infection 3 weeks ago that was treated by antibiotics and now has returned again. This entire time I have been extremely fatigued,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHelp! In August, I developed a yeast infection. Alarmed (I get these rarely), I had an HIV test. It came back negative. In Nov., my long-time boyfriend developed (what he claimed his dr. said was) a bad case of jock itch. His HIV test was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHello.
I have fungal infection on my arms and hands. It's little red spots and there are a lot.
what can I do?
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Posted by sadface, 1 ReplyQuestion...I went to the Dr. for a rash around my anus. I have been working out and sweating. She said it was a fungal infection (like atheltes foot) itr red and sore, no bumps. She prescribed a cream for 2 weeks, it went away....5 weeks later it is... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESthanks for your post.Minor infections (including urinary tract infections, cold sores, sinusitis) can cause alterations in CD4 cell counts and HIV viral loads, though typically, not large changes. This is why I usually tell my patients to postpone... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIt would be somewhat unusual for your complaints to be due to HIV-related neuropathy given your current overall good HIV situation. I have had many patients have complaints like yours and I have been frustrated pinning down a good explanation and... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineThere are a number of possible explanations. Your problem may not be due a urinary tract infection, it may be a sexually transmitted disease. Or, it may be a urinary infection but you were given the wrong antibiotic. If you don't have access... Read more »
Influenzavirus Infection Is a Primary Cause of Febrile Respiratory Illness in HIV-Infected Adults, Despite Vaccination"There are, to our knowledge, no prospective studies of respiratory tract infections in [HIV]-infected adults in the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) era. We performed a surveillance study of outpatients who presented with fever and... Read more »
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