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Vaginitis Clears Up How Long After Treatment

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treatment for persistent candida vaginitis?

Hi doctor,is there anything else besides clotrimazole that I can use vaginally for persistent thrush. I have heard that yoghurt can be used but I'm concerned that it might have something in it that could cause another infection. I always have...
Judith Feinberg, M.D.

Response from Judith Feinberg, M.D.

University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
Optimizing medications for HIV can go a long way to clearing up persistent vaginal candidiasis (thrush). When topical medications such as clotrimazole and nystatin don't work, a brief course of fluconazole by mouth is usually effective.... Read more »

VAGINAL DISCHARGE etc....

Hi Doc, Thanks a lot for answering all of my questions, it realy helps me lot....Doc, my wife got... Read more »

How long is too long to wait for treatment?

My husband was recently diagnosed with AIDS (two weeks ago). Apparently, by the C4T cell cound... Read more »
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Monthly GSK744 Injections as PrEP Create Barrier to Vaginal SHIV Exposure

Macaques vaginally exposed to simian-human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV) appeared to be completely protected from infection by monthly injections of the integrase inhibitor GSK1265744 (a.k.a. "744"), according to study results presented at CROI... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Women Can Contract HIV Through Healthy Vaginal Tissue, Study Says

A new study has found that HIV appears to attack normal, healthy genital tissue in women and does not require breaks in the skin to infiltrate cells, offering new perspectives on how the virus is spread, researchers said on Tuesday, Reuters ... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Lowering the Risk of HIV After Sex or Other Exposure

Post-exposure prophylaxis -- or PEP for short -- has long been used to minimize the chance of HIV infection among healthcare workers exposed to the virus (primarily through accidental needlestick injuries). 1-3 It is also generally available in... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Treatment as Prevention: Do the Individual Prevention Benefits Translate to the Population Level?

Antiretroviral treatment can dramatically improve the long-term health of someone living with HIV. It can also reduce their risk of onward HIV transmission. Therefore, efforts to increase the number of HIV-positive people who are on treatment may --... Read more »
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Message: as long as you have been tested and clear

Posted by nomoreworry4me
Message: as long as you have been tested and cleared by the health department you should be fine.

Anytime anyone gives blood, it is tested for certain STDs and HIV. If it is positive for any of these, the donor is notified - either via the health... Read more »

TheBody - Your position is now clear

Posted by Anonymous, 7 Replies
As promised I did not post, nor did any other Dissident for twenty four hours (I extended the time because of the two post I did make).

TheBody and many of it's supporters (a few have responded in a mature and intelligent manner) have given us a... Read more »

UNPROTECTED VAGINAL INTERCOURSE WITH HIV POZ WOMEN

Posted by jaelitt, 7 Replies
On 7/1/2012 i had unprotected vaginal sex with hiv positive women 2 weeks after i started to fill really ill. It started with a sore throat then dehydration,nausea,headache,dry skin,sore neck,loss of appetite and energy,eye irritaion and a few days... Read more »

Quick Question - Can ARS clear & re-occur?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Hi Everyone,

Just a quick one. Is anyone aware of ARS symtpoms clearing and then recurring after a week?
It's just that I had symtpoms (sore throat, tiredness, low-grade temp and ANXIETY) 4 days after possible exposure (unprotected vaginal... Read more »