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Stanford University, School of MedicineNot sure in what context you are asking this question (i.e. caring for, having sex with, etc).... Read more »
Program for Wellness RestorationSome studies show that HIV+ men may have a higher incidence of testosterone deficiency (hypogonadism) than HIV negative men controlled for age. Particularly, free testosterone levels in HIV+ men may be low even in the presence of normal total... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.The HIV counselor, CDC and NIH are, of course, correct, and your dimwit doctor is shockingly wrong. He must be suffering from a condition we refer to as crainiorectal inversion. That means he has his head stuck up his butt! He should be... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillYes. People with really really bad immune systems (so bad you would know it because you would look like like an anorexic stranded on a deserted island), can fail to make antibodies to even HIV. Even people with really advanced AIDS make antibodies... Read more »
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Posted by Mssimone, 2 RepliesWell like I said before I was just diagnoised.
Im trying to get an understanding of the whole hiv/aids.
The question that im going to ask might make you mad but its a question that I just sit and think about wondering if someone else is thinking it... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI am a gay male who was religious about getting HIV tests. I know the earlier it is detected the better. However, I was recently diagnosed and was even more shocked to discover my cd4 was 220 and my viral load was 79,000. I had been tested almost a... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI know someone who has hiv that i care a lot about. he found out he was pos back in April and his doc told him that it looked as though he has had it for a year and a half. if he is going on 2 years of being hiv positive how long will he live with... Read more »
Posted by matthewAZ, 1 ReplyI am curious about the semantics in place in our language today that guide our understanding and thinking about HIV+ people. Below I am presenting examples to elaborate on this thought.
I posted an earlier message about how I came to actualizing... Read more »
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