Liver And Thrush Infection

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1. Can co-infection with CMV affect your HIV test?2. Is it possible that a 6 month test would not be accurate due to being infected with both viruses at the same time. I have had oral thrush for over two months, I had the worst flu of my life at...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,1. Nope.2. Nope.If you tested HIV negative at six months, HIV is not your problem. No way. No how.I'd suggest you follow up with your general internal medicine doctor for further evaluation of your symptoms and abnormal laboratory tests. However,... Read more »

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...and swelling. A bad case can make walking, peeing or sex very painful. Infection in the Mouth Oral candidiasis, called thrush , involves the mouth and sometimes the throat. It can also occur without symptoms. The most common symptoms usually... Read more »
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...genital ulcers, pelvic inflammatory disease, and genital warts more often and more severely than uninfected women. Women get thrush (a yeast infection, see Fact Sheet 501 ) in their throats and herpes (see Fact Sheet 508 ) about 30% more often... Read more »
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