Is Pins And Needles An Aids Symptoms
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I got my 16 week HIV test. It was NEG. Can I stop testing. I'm really worried that I need to test out to 6 months.
I got the ELISA testfeom ehivtest.com.
I was worried becasue I still have some syptoms. One symptom that popped up is... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesHey all,
I feel like I am HIV pos...to scared to test. Had anal sex 6 weeks ago, do not know the person, and 2weeks after had dull aches in arm pits and pain in the groin....that went away after 2 weeks.....no flu no fever....but horrible headaches.
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Posted by billi302hi friends
i came to know that hiv virus dies in air exposure,and if there is hiv+ some blood on razor blade or tattoo pin,how can then person be effected..and it is considered as the low risk factor???..why.
thanks for ur knowledge sharing.
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiThis is not a way for HIV transmission to occur. There would have to be a significant amount of blood on the pin and it needed to prick you with a barrier in place, ie. the glove.HIV transmission occurs when there is a direct exchange of body... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThose symptoms are very nonspecific in and of themselves.MH... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.I'm sorry to hear about your recent diagnosis. Your symptoms seem atypical for HIV-related peripheral neuropathy (actually, doesn't sound peripheral at all)-- because of this, I'd want to know about your other... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicinePins and needles sensations in all extremities could be do to a variety of issues such as efavirenz effect, neuropathy (if HIV or drug related usually more in toes/feet than locations you describe), metabolic abnormalities, stress/anxiety,... Read more »
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Vancouver Study: Suburban Drug Users at Risk to Share Needles: Downtown Users Tend to Use Needle ExchangeFindings published in last week in the international journal AIDS indicate that the Vancouver drug users most likely to engage in sharing needles are single, young, male, live outside the city and get their needles from sources other than... Read more »
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