Is Thrush Classified As Having Aids
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Grady Health SystemDear Megan:Thrush or oropharyngeal candidiasis is a common oral manifestation of HIV infection and for the most part can easily be managed by topical therapy for mild to moderate infections with agents such as Mycelex troches (clotrimazole) and... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineAlthough you don't indicate what your current CD4 count is, yes it is still quite possible to have had an increase in CD4 count with HIV meds and still develop thrush.... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineThat is correct-- on average, it takes 5-10 years for symptoms to appear. It also takes about 5-10 years for someone's CD4 cells to drop below 350, which is about the point where many people begin to develop thrush. I guess I don't... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI was infected with HIV about 6 months ago.
I think I am experiencing Thrush, is it possible for it to occur so soon after infection?
Also are there any home remedies?? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyhas anyone developed thrush while in the window period? is this possible, or is this an aids related symptom?
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Posted by Anonymous, 5 RepliesHello,
I have tested negative for HIV twice in the last 6 months but am not sure if the tests were accurate as I continue to have oral thrush. I know it's thrush because I keep scraping it off and it grows right back, also it looks like all the... Read more »
Posted by Anonymouscan anyone tell me is this related to hiv infection? Read more »
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