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what are some symptoms of hiv?

A: well, that's the project i m working on.. hope the info helps: Many people will not have any symptoms when first become infected with hiv. One may, however, have a flu-like illness within a month or two after exposure to the virus. This illness may include ?Fever ?Headache ?Tiredness ?Enlarged lymph nodes (glands of the immune system easily felt in the neck and groin) these symptoms usually disappear within a week to a month and are often mistaken for those of ano
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what is a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? what are the symptoms of STDs?

A: First off I would like to say that while disease may be out of control so is being politically correct. STI? I dont know about anyone else but I will forever know it as STD because that is what I learned in school. And I know that when I have kids my kids will think I am old and dated for saying it. But whatever. Now to the question. An STD is a diseas that is contracted through sexual contact... most of the time. Your colleague could scratch himslef and then shakes your hand and then you go to the bathroom, you can get something that way....
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what are the Causes of Yeast Infection? - the Factors That Triggers Yeast Infection

A: what are the causes of yeast infection and why are great numbers of sufferers are women? We know that there are different microorganisms present in our body. these microorganisms are not only the good and helpful ones but also those which are pathogenic. Examples of pathogenic organisms are the yeasts (Candida albicans) that typically thrive in the moist and warm parts

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what are the sysmtoms of AIDs? plz help me out?

A: LORD JESUS CHRIST, WALK THROUGH OUR HOUSE AND TAKE AWAY ALL OUR WORRIES AND ILLNESSES IN JESUS NAME. AMEN dunno Actually, the symptoms cannot be recognized. Example, you see someone who is healthy, happy, and they have a kind personality, but what you don''t know is that probably that person could have been infected with AIDs for more than 12 years. You see, a person could carry AIDs for more than 12 years and the symptoms cannot be determined. Except, that person becomes awfully sick for a very long time, consider it as a symptom of AIDs because all his pathogens are being destroyed by

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what are the symtoms of Diabetes and the symtoms of hiv/Aids ? are they similar in any way ?

A: Diabetes symptoms are u get very very thirsty pee alot and passing out is a sign too my mum has it, its not nice! diabetes usually presents with tiredness, frequent urination and urinary infection, AIDS usually with tirednes and most often upper respiratory tract infections that you cant shake off. Another similarity is that for a long time both can go unrecognised. But once you consult a doctor, there is usually no problem distinquishing between the two. symptoms of Diabetes include, thirst, weight loss, tiredness, feeling faint, smell of pear...


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what are the symthpos of AIDS and how long are you going to live when you are afected?

A: Aids immitates everything. the inital presentation is a Flu-Like Illness which occurs 4--6 weeks post infection and lasts 7-14 days. High risk individuals should let their doctor know if they experiance such an illness. However, you are asking about AIDS, which is not the initial hiv infection. So.... People with aids who are symptomatic have odd infections that can not be cleared by their compromised immune systems. they get infections that the general population usually does not get. MAC complex pneumonia P. Carinii...


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what are the Causes of a Persistent Sore Throat?

A: Basic throat pain or irritation, which may be made worse by swallowing, is known as a sore throat. While many sore throats clear up quickly with the use of prescription medications or over-the-counter remedies, a chronic or persistent sore throat can last for weeks or months. there are a variety of issues that can cause a persistent sore throat, including but not limited to smoking, throat tumors, allergies and chronic illnesses such as the human immunodeficiency virus (hiv).. Cigarettes have chemicals in them that can cause throat...


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what are the Effects of AIDS?

A: AIDS, also known as acquired immune deficiency syndrome, is the most serious stage of a disease known as hiv disease. hiv stands for human immunodeficiency virus and is transmitted through contact with the bodily fluids of an infected individual. the effects of AIDS can be devastating, as the disease lowers the immune system so much that even the mildest illness or infection can be fatal. Some of the more common effects of AIDS include swollen...


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what are the Consequences of Untreated Syphilis?

A: the consequences of untreated syphilis can be detrimental. If left untreated, syphilis can so severely damage the heart that one may enter heart failure. It can also cause neurological issues such as strokes and seizures and can eventually lead to blindness. Research suggests that syphilis which remains untreated may make a person more susceptible to other sexually transmitted diseases such as hiv. In addition, pregnant women with syphilis may be left with the consequence of passing the infection on to their unborn child.. Syphilis is a type of...


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what are the Causes of an Unexplained Fever?

A: the main cause of an unexplained fever is some type of bacterial or viral infection. Other causes include prescription medicines and more serious underlying conditions, such as hiv or cancer. An unexplained fever may be accompanied by other symptoms that resemble a cold or allergic reaction. these types of fevers are usually low-grade and can occur once, intermittently, or chronically.. Individuals can experience an unexplained fever when they acquire an upper or lower respiratory tract infection.

 
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