Fibromyalgia in human immunodeficiency virus infection

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Avatar f tn Diabetes mellitus Alcohol Vitamin B12 deficiency Syphilis Human immunodeficiency virus Lyme disease Uremia Chemotherapy Vasculitis Paraneoplastic neuropathy Amyloidosis 6) Disproportionate loss of vibration sense and proprioception (joint position sense), compared with pain and temperature sensation, tends to occur with diseases of the dorsal columns of the spinal cord (eg, tabes dorsalis, vitamin B12 deficiency, multiple sclerosis) and demyelinating polyneuropathy.
Avatar m tn Hepatitis C Virus Replicates in the Same Immune Cell Subsets in Chronic Hepatitis C and Occult Infection Pham et al. "Persistent HCV replication after clinical recovery would lead to continuous antigenic stimulation of the immune system, as evidenced by sustained HCV-specific T-cell responses for years after resolution of hepatitis C.
217229 tn?1192766004 2) Authier FJ, Pawlotsky JM, Viard JP, Guillevin L, Degos JD, Gherardi RK. High incidence of hepatitis C virus infection in patients with cryoglobulinemic neuropathy. Ann Neurol 1993;34:749–750 (Abstract). 3) D. H. McKee, A. C. Young, A. Alonso-Dominguez, J. I. Tembl, J. M. Ferrer, M. T. Sevilla, A. Lago, J. J. Vilchez, and F. Mayodomo Neurologic complications associated with hepatitis C virus infection Neurology2000; 55: 459 - 459. 4) Lacaille F, Zylberberg H, Hagege H,et al,.
181575 tn?1250202386 Through five years of treatment, the cumulative probability of developing mutations in the virus that confer resistance to Baraclude was 1.2%. In lamivudine-refractory patients who received Baraclude after treatment with lamivudine failed, the cumulative probability of genotypic Baraclude resistance was 51% through the fifth year. This finding is consistent with prior observations, the company said.
1450453 tn?1293764571 human parvovirus (especially B19), enterovirus, adenovirus, Epstein-Barr, coxsackievirus (A9, B2, B3, B4, B6), cytomegalovirus, rubella, mumps, hepatitis B, varicella-zoster virus (human herpes virus 3), human immunodeficiency virus Indirect bacterial infection (reactive arthritis): Neisseria gonorrhoeae (gonorrhea), bacterial endocarditis, Campylobacter species, Chlamydia species, Salmonella species, Shigella species, Yersinia species, Tropheryma whippelii (Whipple’s disease), group A strepto
Avatar f tn XMRV is classified as a retrovirus, which means infection with it may allow other, previously dormant (inactive) viruses within the body to reactivate. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the best-known retrovirus, and the antiretroviral drugs on the market are aimed at treatment of HIV, not XMRV. Papernik warns against the retroviral treatment approach because there is no test that can reliably tell you if you have XMRV and because its role in CFS is not clear.
Avatar n tn The only real treatment for PMDD or hormone imbalances is hormone control, usually in the form of birth control (like tia33 mentioned in her post). If you are experiencing cold/flu like symptoms before/during your period get to your Gynaecologist! They specialize in stuff like this! Tell them your symptoms, ask them about PMDD and possible treatments. Don't put up with this! As working women, mom's, wives, students, etc.
530191 tn?1214166411 The easiest way I explain it to people is that for me, a chronic sinus infection went in and turned on the switch for hives in my brain, but when it did, it broke the switch, so the only way to turn them off is to find the fuse box and flip the switch there. Fuse box, being your immune system, finding it, being immune supressing drugs. You have to lower your immune system enough for the hives to turn themselves off. Otherwise they are just going, and going, and going.........