How Long After HIV Infection Will You See Seborrheic Dermatitis

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Seborrheic Dermatitis: Common in early asymptomatic HIV infection?

Hello Dr.Feinberg, Great job your doing! Cheers to you for helping all of us! Four months ago(first exposure) and 11 weeks ago(last exposure), I had an unprotected sexual relationship with a Co-worker. We were with each other on 6 different...
Judith Feinberg, M.D.

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University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
...Thanks for your comments-- you're right, inte;lligence is no barrier to HIV infection. Despite your many worries, the fact that two test have been negative is hopeful. Hang in there! Read more »

Dr. Bob please help

Dr Bob,This is my second question as you answered one a few weeks ago from me and this is a follow... Read more »

Worried from unprotected sex

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