Molluscum Hiv Pos
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Are you back again so soon?1. Molluscum is not "indicative" of HIV. Molluscum is an entirely different disease. See below. In someone who is immune compromised molluscum contagiosum and be more severe, persistent and difficult to... Read more »
Johns Hopkins University, School of MedicineNo, anyone can get molluscum. It just tends to be a little morewidespread, chronic, and difficult to treat in HIV-infected people.No, the virus that causes molluscum is a pox virus, and is notrelated to HPV.... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolAlthough molluscum are quite common in HIV'ers, most patients with molluscum do NOT have HIV. You indicate that you think you need to get HIV tested -- I would agree with that. The molluscum and the folliculitis you describe are extremely... Read more »
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Posted by Ria, 3 RepliesHi. Being detected with HIV kind of makes you feel lonely in a strange way, even though you still have the same family, the same friends around you, the same colleagues, everything....
I am here, not to get rid of the loneliness, but to be helped ... Read more »
Posted by xrayvison, 4 RepliesWell I am wondering how the two are connected if at all. I mainly have them on my scrotum and a few on my penis. I am possibly concerned I might have a few on my face but I honestly don't know if thats what they are or not on my face. But I read... Read more »
Posted by SoHush, 1 ReplyCan somebody explain this to me
is it a STD or is it a definite sign of HIV infection.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI tested neg at 3 months..... and many will say that's all I need, and not to worry. Now, at almost a year after the possible exposure, I have molluscum all over my inner forearms. a dozen or more on my trunk. All over. They are small, barely... Read more »
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