Recurring Vaginal Infections
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Posted by Roper2008, 2 RepliesHello Everyone, I know I have had a negative test so I should be happy. But my Girlfriends recurring vaginal Thrush over the last 9 months has me in a state of panic. Add to that bouts of Diarrhoea, her Tongue looking the same as mine; White and... Read more »
Posted by wishingforacure, 3 RepliesI am HIV+ and recently my vagina has been itchy. Usually before I get my period. I don't have any STI's. The doctor said this may happen more often since I am HIV+. Is anyone experiencing this? Is there any way to get rid of it or make it better?... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliescould a woman have yeast infections and never know she has one say if she was hiv pos would she continue to have yeast infections that would never require treatment
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Posted by AnonymousHi there ,
Are there any documented reports of hetero cases , where protection(condom) was used but, infection was still possible to the insertive partner(male) ?
Please help !!
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Posted by peewee, 1 ReplyI am female. I only have vaginal sex. I do not give oral without condoms. I only have unprotected sex in committed relationships where testing is done at every 3 month mark.
There are 3 encounters, two of which I am extremely shaky about as I have... Read more »
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesI think it sounds like your doctor knows what she is doing. I am not aware of any information that demonstrates that primary infection symptoms recur over a period of time. People get colds and the flu all of the time. The timing of your symptoms... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineThere are individuals that get recurrent thrush who do not have HIV. You may want to see an infectious diseases doctor or a gynecologist who specializes in recurrent candida infections to figure out why this is happening. While HIV is a possible... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThis is likely a bacterial infection caused by methicillin resistance staph aureus (MRSA). Although HIV infected people can have recurrent infections with this bacteria, people without HIV infection can certainly have this infection as well. This... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolRecurring shingles is NOT necessarily a sign of HIV infection. Most patients with shingles do NOT have HIV infection. That said, HIV is more common in HIV-positive patients than in HIV-negative patients. I would highly recommend that you get HIV... Read more »
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