Gastrointestinal Symptoms Of Hiv
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University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineThere are a number of other infections, including CMV, that can cause upper GI problems in HIV+s. To find out if another infection is the cause, an evqaluation needs to be done, starting with a history and physical exam and usually including upper... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineDear D.S.,There are many causes of upper GI distress in HIV, most of which now are the same as those in people without HIV.If someone is severely immunocompromised, with T cells <50, then CMV is a possibility, but it is rare nowadays. Ask your... Read more »
San Francisco General HospitalHelloThe upper gastrointestinal tract can be the source of many different problems for folks with HIV disease/AIDS. Most people with HIV disease usually suffer from upper GI problems at some point during their disease process. The major factor... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillHIV itself can cause gastrointestinal disease. I have a patient who had a very similar experience. Eventually, her symptoms did resolve after the re-initiation of HIV therapy. Three weeks may not be long enough to tell if restart of your original... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyThis question may require an answer from a doctor. I've read that alot of people would mistaken the symptoms of GERD to HIV. (GERD is a type of Gastrointestinal disease). Anyway, for example, if one was to have a chronic sore throat and nausea and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHello, I need some help from others with hiv. What was and when did it hit you the inital onset of strange symptoms. I know one said they felt whipped out with tired feeling. Was that immed. after sexual episode or acouple weeks later. Also, were... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI wanted to share briefly with everyone that just because you may have symptoms of HIV does not necessarily mean that you are HIV positive.
I would come onto this website everyday for hours and surf the web for the risks, symptoms, exposure rates,... Read more »
Posted by Redeye77, 1 ReplyAfter doing much research and still experiencing some symptoms it seems like there is something out there that mimics HIV symptoms but is quite difficult to diagnose. Maybe it's new STD?
Seems like reiters syndrome will fUse many of the same symptoms... Read more »
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