Peripheral Neuropathy How Fast Symptoms Progress
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineHIV-related peripheral neuropathy usually progresses slowly and is usually symmetric involving the toes/feet first before climbing to ankels and then up the legs. Many other conditions can cause similar symptoms so a good clinical evaluation is... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineHIV or drug related peripheral neuropathy would rarely be localized to your left forearm-usually a local process involving the pathway of the nerve from spinal cord through axillary area and out to skin. A good clinical evaluation and sometimes a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 5 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 time... Read more »
Posted by paranoiafreak, 1 Replycan hiv cause elevated liver enzyme sgpt at 174 in early infection ( 6-9 months post exposure)? ultrasound with normal liver, spleen and gallbladder. sgpt in november was at 39.4.
Had also elevated platelet 4 months 555,000 post exkposure then t... Read more »
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 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 »
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