Is Aching Legs Symptom Of Hiv

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Scared Sick because I preformed CPR on a full blown Aids Victim

Hello, I have been scared out of my wits since July. I came upon an accident and preformed cpr on a non responsive man. I did the breaths and also used a cpr mask for protection. The victim did not survive and I found out after all was said and done...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,CPR via a mask is not a risk for HIV transmission/acquisition. HIV is not transmitted via sweat. PEP was not warranted. Your fears are unwarranted. Had you been evaluated or followed by an HIV physician specialist (which is always recommended... Read more »

Aching Legs

I was diangosed HIV+ Jan. 9 and started meds (Sustiva and either Epzicom or Truvada--I'm in a... Read more »

aching muscles in my legs

I am not on any meds a tthis time i was diagones 4 years ago but htere is times when my muscles... Read more »
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Tesamorelin and Excess Deep Belly Fat

...your doctor. The symptoms of lipodystrophy can vary from person to person. Some have fat loss, usually in the face, arms or legs ( lipoatrophy ). Others have fat gain, particularly on the neck or around the breasts or abdomen ( lipohypertrophy... Read more »
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Peripheral Neuropathy

...Bottom Line Peripheral neuropathy is a disease of the nervous system. It causes strange sensations, especially in the feet, legs, and fingers, and can cause pain. The pain might be mild, or so severe that it prevents someone from walking. Tell... Read more »
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Trizivir

...interactions associated with other HIV regimens. The zidovudine/AZT in Trizivir is associated with lipoatrophy (fat loss from the arms, legs, face, and/or buttocks -- sometimes called "AZT butt"). The lipoatrophy could be irreversible or take a... Read more »
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Aptivus

...possible side effects seen with protease inhibitors are lipodystrophy (body fat changes, including thinning of the face, arms and legs, with or without fat accumulation in the stomach, breasts, and upper back), onset of new cases or worsening of... Read more »
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