Vaginal Bacterial Infection Medication
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Stanford University, School of MedicineThose two viral load results are essentially the same number and are within the range of assay variation. although that could be a significant drop in CD4 count, I suspect not, and also that your CD4 percent is about the same with both of those CD4... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Yes, your symptoms could be a side effect of the medications. One potentially serious side effect of any antibiotic therapy (but particularly clindamycin (Cleocin)) is Clostridium difficile infection. I'd contact... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiFrom what you have described you have been tested for HIV and it came back negative. I would continue follow up with your health care provider, the symptoms you describe could be from high blood pressure or the other items you mentioned. Stress... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicinePersistent/recurrent vaginal yeast infections can be a sign of HIV, but they can also occur in HIV-s and in other diseases such as diabetes. Sometimes, if a vaginal yeast infection doesn't respond to topical medications such as creams or... Read more »
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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 curiousme, 1 ReplyI aready know the answer, but I need some HELP, to do what I need to do, (TEST).
I am 2 + years from possible exposure. I have not tested because i fear I CAN"T HANDLE THE TRUTH!. I have not had sex AT ALL since my possible exposure, so the buck... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI have been lurking and reading the boards for almost 6 months now. I am trying to build the courage to test this week. I must! Possible exposure was in December 2003. Unprotected vaginal. Partner tested neg 8 months prior to and again negative... Read more »
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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