2016-04-28T11:01:29ZSome people with HIV/AIDS describe it as a burning sensation. Others say that it's like a thousand hot needles poking the feet and hands. These are peripheral neuropathy symptoms. Peripheral neuropathy can be an uncomfortable, very annoying, and sometimes a crippling condition. What causes this problem and what can be done about it?
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZRoutine blood tests are just as important to understand in the proper management of HIV infection as your CD4 count and viral load.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZLearn more about an antidepressant Cymbalta, or duloextine, that can also be used to treat nerve pain, a common side effect of HIV medication.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZAIDS is not a disease but rather the stage of HIV disease in which the immune system is compromised, making it vulnerable to opportunistic infections.
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2016-04-28T11:01:29ZLiver function tests are a battery of tests that gives your doctor an idea of how well your liver is working, especially when treating HIV infection.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZLearn more about viagra used to treat erectile dysfunction, including its mechanism, dosages, and side effects.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZTo better avoid getting or transmitting HIV, it’s important not only to use condoms consistently, but to avoid common mistakes that often occur.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZHow do I know if I have HIV? What are the signs? Can I tell if someone has HIV? These are just a few of the most frequently asked questions about HIV.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZWhile HIV diminishes the body's ability to defend itself, the symptoms are generally the result of a specific opportunistic infection.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZGenerally speaking, oral sex (which include oral-penile, oral-vaginal and oral-anal sex) is not considered an efficient route of HIV transmission.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZNight sweats occur frequently in people with HIV, most often in later stages of untreated disease (when the CD4 count is below 200 cells/mL).
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZUnder specific conditions, HIV can survive outside of body for hours, days and even weeks. But does this mean that there is a real risk of infection?
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZIn the early acute stages of an HIV infection, 40% or more of people will develop flu-like symptoms within 7-14 days of an exposure.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZStudies have shown that a 20-year-old, HIV-positive person on antiretroviral therapy can now expect to live into his or her early 70s.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZRash is common during the course of an HIV infection, with the causes, presentation and treatment as varied as the rashes themselves.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZLearn the odds or statistics behind your chance of getting HIV based on certain exposures like sex, sharing needles, or getting a needle-stick injury.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZWhen assessing your risk of HIV, it's important to understand the four conditions that must be satisfied in order for an HIV infection to take place.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZWhile people newly infected with HIV often show few or no signs of illness, there are symptoms which often suggest that an infection has taken place.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZLearn about the symptoms and signs of shingles, how to identify the rash, and the complications that shingles may cause.
2016-04-28T11:01:29ZBy spotting the early signs and symptoms of shingles (herpes zoster), you may be able to lessen the severity of an impending outbreak.