Having A Common Cold With Aids
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineCough in the setting of HIV infection can be due to a wide range of factors. His HIV specialist hopefully is aware of the cough and has evaluated it. Persons with HIV can have a wide range of lung problems which may be related to HIV or other... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineUpper respiratory infections, which includes colds, are more common in people with HIV, but I have no idea how many colds per year would be considered "abnormal", since there is no "normal" number od colds per year.... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for your interesting question.There's been a number of studies that have looked at the effect of viral load blips and the risk of drug resistance. None that I'm aware of have indicated that this is a problem.So, while... Read more »
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Posted by Anonym, 2 RepliesIs a constant cold (sneezing, runny nose, etc) a sign that you are close or even at at the point of full blown aids or a substantial decrease in your t-cell count. Are constant cold typcial in HIV pos individuals? Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replycan the common cold be confused with ars ?
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Posted by squanderer, 2 RepliesI used to get colds that lasted days and weeks more than 6 years ago. However, in the last 6 years I haven't had much of a cold, and when I feel a bad cold coming on the next day its gone. I am wondering if any HIV positives have experieced this... Read more »
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