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How Long Does It Take For Aids To Present Symptoms

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How long is it from being born with HIV to when symptoms and AIDS begins?

is it possible for a new born child with hiv not to show symptoms for ten years or more. what is the maximum period for a new born baby with hiv to develop symtoms or to progress to aids
Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Response from Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Nevada State Health Division AIDS Program
...were also considered adolescent/adult AIDS cases. Since treatments have recently improved, and since children are now living longer with HIV, we can expect the number of these types of cases to increase over time.If you have any further... Read more »

Not your usual "symptoms question" (NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV, 2009)

I will proudly donate for a simple answer. I'm studying more about HIV since my friend got recently... Read more »

HIV/AIDS Denial (AIDS DENIALISTS, 2009)

What's up with all these people who either deny HIV exists or believe the government create it? I... Read more »
Articles
U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

The Evidence That HIV Causes AIDS

...HIV-seropositive mothers had developed AIDS or persistent immune deficiency. In contrast, among 64 seropositive children, 30 percent presented with AIDS within 6 months of age or with oral candidiasis followed rapidly by the onset of AIDS. By... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Nervous System Problems and Dementia

...the early years of AIDS these were all called "HIV-Associated Dementia." However, a broader range of problems is showing up at present. This is now called HIV-associated Neurological Disturbances (HAND), which includes less severe symptoms... Read more »
The Well Project

Women, Depression and HIV/AIDS

...harder to diagnose. Depression can also be confused with sadness. But compared to sadness, depression is more intense, lasts longer, and interferes more with your day-to-day ability to function. Depression is not a normal part of being HIV... Read more »
Terri Wilder

Eight Characteristics of Long-Term Survivors of HIV/AIDS

...the treating health care provider as a collaborator. They are altruistically involved with other persons with HIV. After presenting the workshop, I started thinking about my friends who have lived long with HIV. They are all unique long-term... Read more »
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Problems with HIV Science

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...The author, a family practice physician in Washington, DC, reviews the evidence that has led him to the conclusion that the HIV=AIDS hypothesis is fundamentally flawed. Disagreement about HIV's role in causing AIDS has been curiously absent... Read more »

How does AIDS present?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...When one transitions from HIV to actual AIDS,how does AIDS present itself initially? Does someone who is HIV+ go to AIDS with symptoms or this there is a middlestage? Please help... Read more »

Please Read (how long to seroconvert)

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...I've been posting on the "Am i infected" forum and found that to be more confusion than I can stand. My main question is how long did it take for you to seroconvert. Everyone is saying 3 months and I'm having a hard time with such a firm... Read more »

HIV------AIDS???????

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...THEN I GOT AIDS BECAUSE I DIDNT DO ANY MEDICAL TREATMENT FROM HIV BECAUSE I DIDNT KNOW. HOW WOULD I KNOW I HAVE AIDS??? HOW LONG DOES HIV TAKE TO BECOME AIDS (WITHOUT ANY TREATMENT)? WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF A NEWBIE TO AIDS??? THANKS FOR ALL... Read more »