Hiv journal articles

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Avatar n tn I read a medical journal from 1994 saying that beta2 microglobulin can be used as a proxy for hiv infection when hiv tests are not available (90% of hiv+ patients had high levels of beta2). my beta2 is at the low end of the normal spectrum. is it safe to assume that i am hiv- considering that i had a risky exposure approx.
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Avatar m tn t find such the case on internet (journal,articles,etc) 2) It might be occured in hiv positive but with clinical sympthom (based on journal) but my case, I am not HIV positive and I didn't suffer from any kind of clinical sympthom during my seroligical relapse 3) If it was neurosyphilis then my previous syphilitic titer would not decreased that well.
1050179 tn?1253899186 Does anyone know where I can find articles that are concrete in using methadone for chronic pain? I'm on 110mg's of liquid methadone and have to go to the clinic twice a week because I have 5 take home days. But I don't want to have to go there anymore to get the medicine. - At first,I went there because I was taking percocet for my FM pain and kept having to take more and more to get the relief I needed.
Avatar m tn ***Sorry if this is posted in the wrong forum but I wanted to pass this along*** My name is Paul and over the last 90 days I have been in a high state of anxiety, bordering on panic, after what I thought was a potential oral HIV exposure. I am a 42 year old male in the PA area. I am writing this post to give a summary of my experiences and what I have learned from them because it may provide benefit to others in the same situation. There seem to be plenty.
612876 tn?1355514495 Alright, it's been a long time coming, but I've finally at least *started* it. I'm indexing my collection of journal articles where it's accessible to you all. Here in OUR health pages. This is going to be a labor of misery, I mean LOVE. Ha! This is going to take a long time to complete, and of course as there are new journal articles coming out monthly ... NO, I don't even want to *think* about that. Let's just be happy that I embarked!!
Avatar f tn Several sites and articles are stating that it would, but they all cite a 1997 journal article about health care workers with delayed seroconversion. I wasn’t sure if other factors may have contributed to late seroconversion in these health care workers (such as PEP). Further, since this article is rather old, I was wondering if the newer tests would pick up HIV antibodies regardless of HCV coinfection.
Avatar f tn Ran into an article in the Journal for the American Academy of Family Practitioners published this month, telling doctors that Levothyroxine is the ONLY valid treatment for hypo and to trust the TSH. I called the Academy and was transferred to the editor of the Journal and advised him of the more current articles (that I published here) conducted and published in Europe and now published by the NIH.
Avatar m tn we all have diff foods that may trigger our reflux/GERD so it is a good idea to keep a journal to see which urs r...and there r articles in our Health Pages with lists of foods to avoid and tips on lifestyle changes that can help. http://www.medhelp.
401095 tn?1351391770 go to my profile and into my journal-I have three articles about PAWS in there for you to read that should help you a lot Good luck, Greebs
Avatar m tn Teak thank you for your answer. From what I have read in medical articles about HIV, itremains active for a very short period, i.e. the period that the body fluids are intact. As soon as the organic fluids becomes dry and the virus is exposed to air then it becomes inactive. I know that in about 20 minutes to 1 hour all the quantity of the fluid is dried. However, what I was asking is whether the organic surface, such as skin and hair, affect this time.
233488 tn?1310693103 http://www.medhelp.
Avatar m tn Have the results of the British Medical Journal study of 2000 on circumcision been validated or is there new information on transmission and circumcision??? As always would app. Teaks answer... New member..
Avatar f tn org/gerd/articles/What-is-Heartburn/247 The articles MedHelp has posted will have lists of foods to avoid and foods that r safe...keep a journal so u can see which of the good foods r indeed good 4 u as we r all different and there may be something on the list that may trigger a flare 4 u. and the same is true for foods to avoid....
Avatar f tn If you google "yeast infection in urinary tract" you can find medical journal articles that so apparently the answer is yes.
1831849 tn?1383228392 In today's Wall Street Journal there is an article espousing the theory that eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help keep MS at bay. I'm a believer. Your thoughts?
Avatar m tn Why do journal articles list joint pain as a main HIV or ARS symptom? Do they mean all over joint pain? Or Joint Pain in 1 or 2 plcations? I think that is the main one that is concerning me....
657020 tn?1238037518 It has been used to help control HIV. I found only one journal article that discussed cimetidine and hpv. It reported an incident involving a 16 year old boy who had lesions on his face and body which tested positive for hpv 5. The boy had had these lesions for 8 years. He was given a course of 3 months on cimetidine after which he was markedlly improved and, further, had no relapse after 6 months of no further treatment.
644974 tn?1312758070 Are you trying to write a journal through the Journal interface or through the Tracker interface? On My MedHelp, on the Journals panel, you should see a link that says, Write a new journal entry. If you click that, you should see a form that has text boxes for Title, Journal Entry and Tags. Do you see that?
976084 tn?1270872439 I don't want to copy and paste what I wrote in my journal but if someone thinks they might want to help me can you please read it. Thank you for anyone who actually does...
Avatar m tn anyone else doing a pregnancy journal for their child to read once they're older?:) I've been pretty loyal to mine.:) I hope my son will enjoy and appreciate it once he is older.
Avatar m tn html A search of pubmed reveals that none of his taurine research has ever been accepted by a peer-reviewed scientific journal--although The Journal of Family Practice did accept one of his articles about zinc and the common cold.
Avatar m tn I checked out the abstracts of the articles written by the first author, Dr. William A. Maxwell. Given the topics chosen, the study's designs, and the statistics used, I'd bet my next paycheck that Dr. Maxwell is a paid consultant for Alcon. If this is indeed true, then Alcon is undoubtedly paying the doctor big bucks (probably more than six figures annually) to design and carry out research which will make their IOLs (especially the "premium" ones) look good.
Avatar n tn The way that I usually find physicians for posters in cities/states other than my own is to get a list of likely candidates and cold call their offices and flat-out ask about their knowledge/experience with dysautonomia and their willingness to take on a dysauto patient and address the unique concerns this will entail. Are these two hospitals the main ones for high-risk deliveries in Chicago (I'm just going by what the internet is showing me so I could be off or missing something)?