Hiv Tongue Disease
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Grady Health SystemOral hairy leukoplakia is a condition associated with the Epstein Barr Virus that normally presents on the lateral borders of the tongue. It is actually not "hairy" in appearance, but presents as a white, corrugated, possibly striated... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Down Under Oz-Guy,Thanks for your kind words. You don't mention any details about your potential HIV exposure, so it's a bit difficult for me to give you a definitive opinion. However, assuming there are no extenuating circumstances... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi:
Anyone ever heard of chancre appearing on tongue as possible site of HIV infection.
was given head from a guy and his wife and she kissed me once.
About 5 weeks later had little white chancre appear on tongue then really bad sinus infection,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymouswas wondering i have read about "apthous ulcers" and seen where not always but could be sign of hiv infection, would these appear just when you had eaten something or would they be visible at all times. i get these red and white spots on the very... Read more »
Posted by Susie428, 1 ReplyWhat is the story behind a burning tongue--is it a pretty sure sign of HIV?????? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhen the CDC posts that white patches on the tongue are a sign of HIV infection, do they mean thrush? And does anyone know whether a slightly bleeding tongue (in one spot) is a sign of anything? has anyone encountered this before? I'm worried as... Read more »
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