Types Of Toxoplasmosis
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North Shore University HospitalThanks for the question.Toxoplasmosis is a type of parasitic infection that can be acquired at birth or through ingestion (undercooked meat) or contact with animals, such as cats (changing kitty litter, etc). It is not a bacteria or a fungus or a... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThank you for your question--I'd agree with your doctor about starting on triple antiviral therapy for HIV in the near future. While it might appear that you have a drug allergy to Daraprim, this should not affect your ability to tolerate... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousJust wondering if any of you have had, or known others who have had, toxoplasmosis. can you give me some information regarding long term effects in advanced infections?? Thank you soooo much! My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org! thanks again!
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Posted by T_BOOGIE, 3 RepliesDoes the type of test you take really make a difference, like besides the rapid test. I dont know what kind of test i took but the last one i took was negative. Does the type of test make that big of a difference? Read more »
Posted by ExWorryWart, 1 ReplyAs if the one that I got tested on wasn't enough, I got this info today that there is also a Type-2. My exposure was not in U.S. it was in Nepal (Country between india and china).. How do I find out about HIV-Type 2 is relevent for this country? Any... Read more »
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What types of contacts and levels of contacts have you had since getting tested?...
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