Nerve Pain Associated With ARS
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThere are numerous meds including other narcotics (long acting forms often better), nerve type meds (such as gabpentin), CNS type adjuvants (such as lorazepam or amitryptiline), NSAIDs (like naproxen), acupunture, physical therapy and other... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineSymptoms around seroconversion can vary between people. There is no one set of symptoms that all infected people have. Fever with back/shoulder pain could be in the mix, but not usually as isolated symptoms in the face of a negative ELISA at 8... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesThe bottom line is that there is no evidence that people get infected when engaging in mutual masturbation. This means that your symptoms are not likely to be associated to HIV. Try to remember that sexual transmission of HIV is known to occur in... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe rash seen in primary HIV infection is presumably immunologic in origin. Different persons have different immune responses to viral infections. In some patients, the rash may itch (? IgE or mast cell triggered) and in others there may be no... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousI have a headache and pain in the groin after having unprotected vaginal sex (insertive). This episode was about 5 weeks ago. I have also had a dry mouth in the morning for atleast a week. Also a sore throat for about 2 weeks. Anyone's opinion... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 8 RepliesTo Everyone Worried about ARS and Seroconversion
Technically ARS and seroconversion are not the same thing.
ARS = Acute Retroviral Syndrome, sometimes called Acute Viral Syndrome, or Primary Vital... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHope some of you can help out ... got questions on the symptoms associated with ARS:
1. What are the symptoms? Are any of them more prevalent than others?
2. When do the symptoms occur and how long do they last?
3. Do the symptoms appear together or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesThe rash, do the red spots appear too look like cherry angioma spots?
also lymph pain, is it continuous or intermittent? I am wondering because I experience these quick pains lasting about 3-30 seconds in my neck/groin/armpits/ and my back.
i know... Read more »
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