White Spots On Tongue Hiv
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 Repliesi had a white spot on my tongue for 2-3 days and it went away. i was also sck around that time with the flu. needless to say, i automatcally thought it was HIV. does this occur when you are HIV positive? please write back and let me know. Thank You
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi:
Anyone ever heard of chancre appearing on tongue as possible site of HIV infection.
was given head from a guy and his wife and she kissed me once.
About 5 weeks later had little white chancre appear on tongue then really bad sinus infection,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi ,
I was recently diagnosed with NGU a couple of weeks back.From day one , i have had these white spots under my lips.I have had exceptionally bad breath .
Could anybody please tell me what this is ? The doctor checked it out and said that is was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi,
Has anyone ever had throat discomfort as if someting was stuck in the throat and white spots behind uvula which can be scraped off but they do not completely disappear. The throat does not really hurt but its a general sense of discomfort when I... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI had unprotected oral sex with a woman whose hiv status I am unsure of. It was at the tail end of her period but saw no blood anywhere. We did have intercourse as well but we usd a condom. The following morning I notice a white coating on my... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,"Could these be signs of HIV infection?" The chances would be extremely remote at best. Most likely your symptoms are related to anxiety. I'm confident your remaining symptoms will magically disappear once you get your definitive... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesYou cannot determine if you are HIV infected or if you are experiencing acute retroviral syndrome (ARS) based on one symptom alone. Without a thorough risk history and an HIV antibody test, attempting to diagnose your HIV status based on commonly... Read more »
Grady Health SystemFirst of all, what you have described does *not* sound like HPV or oral warts caused by HPV. It does sound like you are describing fordyce granules, which are a part of the normal anatomy of the buccal mucosa (cheeks). Second, oral warts are not a... Read more »
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