How Long Does It Take Thrush To Clear Up
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'm sorry to hear that your sister is having such a difficult time. Her condition is no doubt critical. Brain lesions of whatever cause (CMV, toxo, etc.) often cause severe neurological damage. Your sister's profound immunodeficiency... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineWith HIV infection, it depends on the degree of immune suppression. It usually does not go away on it's own. The lower the CD4 count, the higher the likelihood it can spread. It can last for days to weeks.... Read more »
Grady Health SystemSince it has been so long since the potential exposure, I would definitely recommend an HIV test to determine your status. This is not because I believe you are HIV infected, but rather as means of knowing your status and addressing the concerns... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I wouldn't question the validity of your 4th generation negative HIV tests out to one year post-exposure, but rather I'd question your oral thrush diagnosis. Why not get a second opinion from an infectious disease specialist. Whether or... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI was infected with HIV about 6 months ago.
I think I am experiencing Thrush, is it possible for it to occur so soon after infection?
Also are there any home remedies?? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI had oral thrush end of February this year and it took a few weeks to get rid of (due to antibiotics). My doctor tested me for HIV and it was negative after 32 days. I left the country shortly after and my doctor said that the thrush had cleared... Read more »
Posted by TheTyger, 3 RepliesOne of the symptoms I experienced was a dry mouth lacking in saliva. My mouth felt kind of sticky and burning. Was this thrush? Or is thrush mainly a bunch of white stuff that resembles cottage cheese on the tongue? Could this have been an oral... Read more »
Posted by nomoreworry4meMessage: as long as you have been tested and cleared by the health department you should be fine.
Anytime anyone gives blood, it is tested for certain STDs and HIV. If it is positive for any of these, the donor is notified - either via the health... Read more »
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