How Long Are Lymph Nodes Swollen With Hiv
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesQ for HIV+ people about swollen lymph nodes
I would like to know if when you have swollen glands in the neck are they sore or painless?
I just took the plunge and took my 2nd HIV testI am awaiting my results, which should be ready, this fri-sat.
I am... Read more »
Posted by sammyg2014, 3 RepliesHi! I'm a 21 year old homosexual male and I am really freaking out about the possibility that I could have HIV. I just took an HIV test this Wednesday and I won't get the test until after 10 business days. That's about in two weeks. It's really... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesCan a swollen lymph node be a sign of ars? I was have a 2 Elisa tests both negatives at two and three months(12 weeks) after risk, but at four month the lymph node turn up in my neck (no mores symptoms, no fevers)....I'm in the 6 months after risk... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesEven if you do not have any other symptoms will swollen gland always appear in the first few weeks of infection? Read more »
Posted by mikeisworried, 1 ReplyHi please help, i am getting very worried.
I had sex last week on monday night (8th may) with a worker girl. i used a condom.
2 days later, i noticed my urine started smelling very foul. now on tuesday the week after (+8 days), the smell has subsided... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Swollen lymph nodes are very common (and generally benign) in people living with HIV who have not yet started on treatment.Enlarged lymph nodes almost always resolve in a few weeks after starting meds.Hope that helps and... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolEnlarged lymph nodes are part and parcel of HIV. These enlarged lymph nodes represent the body's attempt at fighting off the HIV virus. Usually there is "generalized lymphadenopathy"; what this means is that there are many swollen... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiWell it seems like you a rather intelligent person and by ensuring you are using condoms everytime is the best way to protect yourself against HIV. The important thing to remember is that HIV is not the only sexually transmitted infection out... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Learning to accept and live with HIV does indeed take some getting used to. You mention you were diagnosed HIV+ a couple months ago, but we do not know how long ago you were actually infected. Your HIV specialist may well be trying to determine... Read more »
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