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Hiv And Hypoglycemia

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HIV + WITH UNDER-ACTIVE THYROID & HYPOGLYCEMIA

I HAVE SEARCHED TO FIND WAYS TO BOOST MY ENERGY LEVEL DEALING WITH ALL 3 OF THESE ISSUES COULD U HELP ME PLEASE & THANKS...
Judith Feinberg, M.D.

Response from Judith Feinberg, M.D.

University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
You haven't given me very much information to go on, but the places to start are with thyroid hormone replacement and combination medications for HIV. Because the word got cut off, I don't know what kind of "hypo" you're... Read more »

leg cramps and hypoglycemia

After changing my treatment to Norvir/crixivan/d4t/3tc/ddi+zovirax, I started experiencing frequent... Read more »

Post inteferon therapy & hypoglycemia

I'm having trouble with hypoglcemia post treatment. Ant suggestions or reasons?... Read more »
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Test Positive Aware Network

HIV Treatment Series: Early Intervention for Metabolic Complications of HIV

Today HIV management in the developed world is not just about clobbering the virus. It's about whole health and improved quality of life. Simpler medication regimens and symptom management are not the only priorities. HIV treatment now includes... Read more »
AIDSinfo

Hyperglycemia

Terms Used in This Fact Sheet Hypoglycemic medications: medications used to decrease the level of glucose in the blood. Common oral hypoglycemic medications include Amaryl, Avandia, Glucophage, and Glucotrol. Insulin: a hormone made by the... Read more »
International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care

Diagnosis and Treatment of Endocrine Disorders in the HIV-Infected Patient

Disturbances of adrenal, thyroid, growth hormone, and gonadal function are commonly seen in HIV disease and may contribute to the loss of muscle and lean body mass in advanced HIV disease. Increasingly, anabolic hormonal therapies are being... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV/AIDS and Diabetes: Minimizing Risk, Optimizing Care

Recent literature about diabetes and disorders of glucose metabolism in people with HIV/AIDS contains conflicting messages. Some studies indicate an increased risk of diabetes mellitus (generally referred to simply as "diabetes") in people taking... Read more »
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Am I at Risk?

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I'm 23 weeks pregnant and a diabetic and in January I shared my glucometer with a co-worker who has hypoglycemia. I know that I changed the lancet after he used it before testing my own levels but I keep doubting myself. This person and Gay and I... Read more »

Concerned about sweating at night

Posted by moojkabooj, 3 Replies
Hi all-I have a somewhat paranoid question and this may be a long post. I am a 24 year old female, I have anemia and hypoglycemia. I'm also bipolar so I take zoloft and lamictal which are pretty strong meds. Anyway, last october I engaged in sex... Read more »

NIGHT SWEATING - NATURAL TRETAMENT - FREE TRIAL

Posted by contractor, 1 Reply
My name is Marco and I had a lot of night sweating for one year. It is a problem that my family has (dad, nephew and more).
After doing a lot of research I found one simple solution for the problem and I DO NOT HAVE THE PROBLEM as long I take my own... Read more »

Is this PN?

Posted by scared2Bpos, 3 Replies
My risk was unprotected vaginal sex with male of unknown status. This was 9 wks ago. I tested at 6 wks and 8 wks with rapid hiv test. Both test were negative. I know that the window period is 13 wks for conclusive. My question is for the past 5 days... Read more »