How Serious Is Thrush In Newborns
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineGood questions. There have been some studies (mostly from Europe) noting some evidence for persistant mitochondrial toxicity in babies exposed to AZT during gestation/post delivery. The vast majority of infants have done well after such exposure... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineI would stay very calm.Hepatitis C antibodies can pass to your newborn and not reflect infection at all. A helpful test will be Hepatitis C RNA which will test for virus itself.Alternatively, you can wait until about 18 months for testing of your... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,WOWZA. Just how much crazy powder have you been adding to your morning smoothies?Your fears are completely irrational. Yep, totally Looney Tunes. Lady, you are not "going crazy"; you're already there. In fact you may have passed... Read more »
Johns Hopkins University, School of MedicineCandida infection is common in infants especially in the groin area (diaper dermatitis)and next is oral thrush (oral candidiasis) which affects 2-5% of all newborns. So thrush is relatively nonspecific for HIV infection. BJ... Read more »
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Posted by Kay86, 2 RepliesHi. I was just wondering if anyone else as recurring oral thrush on gums, night sweats and headaches, but has consistently tested positive? I've tested negative on the HIV-1 DNA PCR, EIA 1/2 including or, and 2 oraquick HIV 1/2 tests. My exposure... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI am terrified. I know my risk is low, but I have been extremely anxious over this anyway. I have been having panic attacks frequently.
Just over 4 weeks ago, I gave oral sex to a guy that I've known since i was a teenager. He did not ejaculate, but... Read more »
Posted by rock_on, 1 Replyim not sure if this is an early sign of hiv infection but from what ive heard and read it occurs in late hiv infection. is this true? and is it most common on the back on the tongue near the throat???? Read more »
Posted by Gator, 1 ReplyI have a very stupid sounding question. First of all I am not gay, I might have been a little kinky back a few years ago but this is a serious question to anyone on this board or the doctors who periodically check it out.
My ex wife had told me... Read more »
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