Mild Peripheral Neuropathy
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Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your question.In general, early or mild symptoms of peripheral neuropathy often respond to HAART. Later or more severe PN is much more difficult to treat. It is important in this statement to avoid certain medications whose use are... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of Medicineas D4T + ddI). Over the first several years of therapy a sizeable minority (perhaps 30%) pf patients will develop at least mild peripheral neuropathy which is usually reversible (but not always) if doses are decreased or the offending drugs are... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolPeripheral neuropathy, whether it's pain or tingling in the feet or hands, is VERY common and can be caused by many many diseases. It would be most unusual for this to be the first symptoms of HIV. I would highly suggest you get HIV-tested.... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESIt's difficult to determine the cause sometimes, though there is a usual list of suspects, like B-12 or folate deficiency.The fact that your viral load has gone from 35K to 200K also might be sufficient cause to at least consider starting... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replydear jackie blue,
my doctor says that i have Peripheral Neuropathy,but my elizer test is still neg at 8-9months.
should i need to keep testing until one year....
as im very stressed out.i recently took dna pcr to try to end all of this... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesThis is a question for anyone who is living with HIV or who has recently been diagnosed as HIV positive:
Did any of you experience the numbness/tingling in the feet, legs, hands and arms during your seroconversion?
If so . . . for what period of... Read more »
Posted by ConfusedJerry, 3 Repliesi got alot of symptoms and i wont list them all .. let's say my exposure was 2012 i had this numb feeliing in my left feet on december 2013 i got scared about it because i thought it will not go away it took 2 months to get back the sensation now... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesGreetings! Just thought I would post the following info, it is based strictly on my personal experience and is not a recommendation.
I am a long-term survivor(21 years) and in general good health. Last year I successfully complete a course of Chemo... Read more »
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