Hiv Secondary Infection
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Posted by DSKMan, 2 RepliesI have developed a terrible respiratory illness, constant coughing, phlegm, runny nose, but no fever. Could this be an opportunistic infection caused by resent HIV infection reducing my immune system? 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 Anonymous, 3 RepliesDid a little looking around and figured it out...He must of had razor burn.........
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIs Pancreatitis a symptom/effect of HIV Infection? Read more »
Posted by panic05, 5 RepliesI got a question on HIV infection from dried blood. I know no one has been infected with HIV due to contact with toilet seat so far. But I am still worrying about its possibility.
Today, I went to a public washroom. After flushing the toilet, I... Read more »
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University of Miami School of MedicineNo, I haven't. Seroconversion is often accompanied by a flu-like syndrome, with fever, malaise, muscle and joint aches, etc. Sinus infection is not a manifestation of seroconversion.Secondary infections by opportunistic agents are common in... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question:You are actually dealing with two separate issues here, so I will address them separately.In response to the comment that she visits the Body, but only the Treatment forums:We commonly see this happen in people who are... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineYour CD4 count, and therefore your immune system is in pretty good shape. You are not at risk for any serious HIV associate complications at this point. Your CD8 count is minimally elevated and is reflective of your immune system's war with the... Read more »
HIV Prevention Education and HIV-Related Policies in Secondary Schools -- Selected Sites, United States, 2006Persons who engage in sexual risk behaviors are at increased risk for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. School health education can help reduce the prevalence of sexual risk behaviors among students. 1 In addition, school health... Read more »
Lowering the Risk of Secondary HIV Transmission: Insights From HIV-Positive Youth and Health Care Providers"Both perinatally and behaviorally infected HIV-positive youth engage in sexually risky behaviors, and a better understanding of the perceptions of these youth and of health care providers regarding disclosure of HIV status and risk reduction would... Read more »
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HIV, Other STD and Pregnancy Prevention Education in Public Secondary Schools -- 45 States, 2008-2010In the United States, 46% of high school students have had sexual intercourse and potentially are at risk for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and pregnancy. 1 The National HIV/AIDS Strategy... Read more »
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