How Common Is Joint Pain In People With Human Immunodeficiency Virus
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesWhen you talk about joint pain associated with ARS, Is it more like arhhritis type pain or more like the joint pain you experience with a flu. I been having arthritis type pain for a 5 weeks now along with some sickly feeling and am wondering if it... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes anyone have information on joint pain as it relates to HIV as a possible symptom. Is joint pain usually associated with ARS or is it often a stand alone symptom. How common a symptom is joint pain in HIV positive individuals and where does it... Read more »
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It's certainly time to move one. These HIV tests are very sensative. If you are infected with the HIV virus (or any virus for that matter)
the human body produces anti-bodies. The body reacts. THink of it like this. If you... Read more »
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