Is Gonorrhea Permanent
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University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineHaving another illness, like gonorrhea or pneumonia, can temporarily make T cells go down and viral load go up. However, the natural history of HIV infection is that, over time, these things happen in a more permanent way unless you take medicine... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Brazil-Guy,Your concerns are largely unwarranted. Gonorrhea can be transmitted via oral sex quite easily and efficiently. HIV, by comparison, cannot. In fact it's quite difficult to transmit HIV via oral sex, particularly via the receptive... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe vaccine would not result in both tests being positive.... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesSymptoms generally occur two to ten days following exposure to a partner infected with gonorrhea. Some people may take longer to manifest symptoms, and many people will not have any symptoms at all. Symptoms are usually characterized by burning or... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi guys, I have got a question about chlamydia/gonorrhea. About FOUR years ago I had sex with (3) prostitutes. I have already been tested -ive for HIV and syphilis. Do you think there's a chance I've been infected with chlamydia and/or gonorrhea? I... Read more »
Posted by jjdietz, 3 RepliesHello,
I was diagnosed with gonorrhea last Saturday. I was given a shot and I'm taking medication. I'm feeling alot better, but I have to finish my medication for another week.
As of April, 2012, my CD4 count was over 2,000 and my viral load was less... Read more »
Posted by mark4586lopez, 2 RepliesJust wondering... can an HIV positive person be granted a working visa or permanent visa in Australia?
I have been to Singapore and was luckily able to get an employer but unfornately working visa wasn't approved because I was diagnosed HIV positive. Read more »
Posted by TwinsDad, 2 RepliesHello,
I have Kaiser Permanente Insurance and I was wondering if you guys have some type of experience with them regarding HIV treatement. Do they cover all the medicines or treatment?
Should I get a different insurance? Please let me know. I am... Read more »
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