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Is High Blood Pressure A Symptom Of Hiv

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HIV meds & high blood pressure

Dr. Henry,I was reading a question you answered regarding HIV meds, salty saliva, & high blood pressure (5/26/2000). That reader's situation is very similar to mine. I am also a GWM - 38 y.o.It's not my saliva which is salty, but my...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
Elevated blood pressure has not been linked to the use of your current HIV regimen. Hypertension has been associated with Remeron in a small subset of patients taking it. As for the salty taste--dehydration can magnify the saltiness of sweat.... Read more »

Ziagen, Zerit, Viramune, Elavil High Blood Pressure, Irregular Heart Beat

Hello,I have been on Zerit, Ziagen and Viramune since Ziagen appeared on the market. I switched to... Read more »

Ziagen, Zerit, Viramune, Elavil High Blood Pressure, Irregular Heart Beat

Hello, I have been on Zerit, Ziagen and Viramune since Ziagen appeared on the market. I switched to... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
HIV Highly Contagious Before Symptoms Show: Study
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HIV may be highly transmissible before an infected person experiences its first, flu-like symptoms, and before HIV tests can detect the virus, researchers reported last week.... Read more »

high risk activity + symptoms the next day or two--risk?

Posted by scaredtoday, 1 Reply
Hi. I have read many answers and realize many people worry needlessly about activities that aren't really high risk (e.g., oral sex or protected sex). My risky behavior was indeed risky although I'm not sure how much. I am a woman and basically... Read more »

All the symptoms & high risk, & terrified.

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
I am probably like so many others who come to this board freaking out, but I get discouraged when I read about people who are truly low-risk when I consider myself so high risk... i am just beyond sure I have HIV and have been so close to getting... Read more »

Recent High-Risk Activity and possible symptoms of ARS

Posted by paranoid88, 3 Replies
Hi all,

I am a gay male and I was recently spending a month in Spain and I decided to be a little promiscuous and do some anonymous cruising. On July 6th, I had an encounter with one guy and he was rubbing up against my anus. He then tried to insert... Read more »