Aids testing in new jersey

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Avatar f tn I need to know if in New Jersey (Bergen County) I can find medical institution where I can bring my doughter for skin reactions to something that we don`t know what, without ensurance.
Avatar f tn Latex condoms, when used consistently and correctly, are highly effective in preventing the sexual transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In addition, consistent and correct use of latex condoms reduces the risk of other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including diseases transmitted by genital secretions, and to a lesser degree, genital ulcer diseases. Condom use may reduce the risk for genital human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and HPV-associated diseases, e.g.
Avatar n tn We are searching for a neurologist in New Jersey who specializes in MS. Searching the NET has not given us much information. We did find an MS Care Center in Teaneck. Familiar??? Any input would be appreciated.
Avatar n tn What percentage of white escort women have hiv in New Jersey/New York? Is four weeks enough time to get tested? Have you ever heard of a sitituation like this where a man got hiv, and you belive that they weren't lying?
Avatar m tn I told him about preputioplasty,but he never heard about it.Do you know any doctors in New Jersey Area area,or any refferences.Google search didn't give any result.
Avatar m tn hello all just a quick question. ive read in the news recently that a new more aggresive strain of hiv has been discovered. here is a link. my question is does anyone know if current antibody test will also catch a new strain like this?
Avatar m tn I see Dr . Jennings in Cherry Hill. I got his name on the top thyroid doctors website.
7607165 tn?1395780125 22 weeks in canada stuck in a tiny apartment thank god for work or i would go stir crazy
Avatar m tn Thaks, Jackie! I've been on MedHelp for a while so I am familiar with it. Thanks for that info as well, I decided to send them a message.
Avatar f tn I think a legal name has to be done through paper work (birth certificate or name change) but you can call your baby to others whatever you like. I'm not sure when it will come into play but it would eventually when they have to match name to social security number, birth certificate for things like school enrollment.
Avatar f tn Can anyone suggest a good hospital for delivery in Jersey City area.Initially I thought about Hoboken or Christ Hospital but cannot decide. I am new to this area. Please suggest.
667735 tn?1253200103 Does anyone know of any trails in this area. ? All over South Jersey? Seems everywhere else there is help and here it is so hard, we only have 1 well known place in Egg Harbor Twp.and I have done it twice there, and it was non-responsive..I need help, I feel awful. early Chirossis and old age!!!!
Avatar f tn Are there any new mommies in new jersey? I have no family here and I need friends. My daughter is almost 3 weeks old...
161647 tn?1280608163 I am writing this to ask for Endocrinologists or Thyroidologists in New Jersey, prefereably Hudson County. Although I will travel to a good doctor. Thanks everyone for your help.
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Avatar m tn 1)Hi,my first question is can CMV interfere in Hiv test 2) i had hiv ag/bg combo axsym and vdrl testing which was negative,can the virus be detected in both these test even if you have aids and take the test past 5 years ,im still worried because i had OI which i had mentioned earlier im still nervous about the hiv virus,is it possible it might have turned into full blown aids thats why the results were negative,can you explain what is full blown aids 3)Do i need cd4 count test,please explain
Avatar m tn hello doctor, just a quick question. ive read in the news recently that a new aggresive strain of hiv has been discovered name A3/02. here is the link. my question is does the current elisa test also detect this new strain? also if the testing window frame remains the same at 3 months, even with this new strain?
Avatar n tn Thanks, i was worried that there may have been some outdated test still in use in some parts of the world that was only able to test for full blown aids rather than the early stages of HIV. So i can assume that international testing standards are more or less equal?