How Common Is Systemic Candidiasis
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University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineI don't know anything about this homeopathic product. There are a number of effective non-homeopathic medications for candidiasis. It is not normal for a basically healthy person to have candidiasis of the trachea, so I hope that you are... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineCandida infections are very common in AIDS patients. Systemic or disseminated infections throughout the body are less common and do occur with candida and other yeast or fungus infections. In almost all cases these can be diagnosed with blood... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineCandidiasis is a yeast infection that is commonly called "thrush" when it occurs in the mouth. It usually affects surfaces in HIV+s, like skin, the lining of the mouth or the esophagus, and the vagina. Symptoms depend on location but can... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineIf you have a damaged immune system, all kinds of candidiasis require treatment. The reason the erthematous type is harder to detect is that most caregivers are more familiar with the type that has white plaques. In erythematous candidiasis, the... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesMy girlfriend is suffering with vaginal candidiasis.I read in many pages that it could be the first sign for HIV.She had a test for HIV and it was negative.Please give me some information, im worried for her and myself.Could the test be wrong and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 Repliesis it possible to get esophageal candidiasis several months after infection? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI hope that someone will read this message!!!excuse my english.
three months before was my last sexual contact-protected.
but before this we were together in the tub...how foolish.
one week later i had sore throat runny nose,sneezing.after two weeks... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI think there are two immune systems. One that fights colds, flu's and stuff like that. The other fights OI's (opportunist Infections). So, that would explain why people with AIDS don't get colds and the flu.
The immune systems are described below... Read more »
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