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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Fear and anxiety alone can't cause HIV infection. But stigma, discrimination and ignorance about HIV can increase one's risk.Learn more about HIV on our pages at TheBody.com, and feel free to write back.BY... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello,A single missed dose isn't a problem. Remember that the goal for adherence is about 95%. That's one missed dose in twenty. (And modern medications might allow even lower levels of adherence without risk of failure.)Be well,BY... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillIt is not a myth that HIV+ individuals can become infected with another strain of the virus. This is well documented to have occurred. However, this is not very common. Further, the risk become fairly negligible if the pair are on effective HIV... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillComplera is not a typical PEP medication. I would be concerned that your partner is on Truvada, a medication contained within Complera, and has a high viral load. It may make more sense to use Combivir plus a third agent such as Raltegravir. This... Read more »
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Posted by Sayed, 1 ReplyDear Experts,
Please reply my query.I had an exposure last month with sex worker.We did not do any anal/vaginal sex.She only gave me hand job 3 times.In the 2nd episode of hand job she checked her vagina that either her menstrual blood coming or... Read more »
Posted by Seiha, 1 ReplyCould anybody plz tell me that how long could a patient develop the tingling in feets and hands? Read more »
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