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Treatment of Headaches
Treatment of Fever
Treatment of Stomach Pain
Treatment of Body Weakness
Prevention & Treatment of Diabetes
Treatment of Cold Cough
Treatment of Acidity
Treatment of Bronchiectasis
Treatment of Chest Pain
Treatment of Thyroid Disorders
Treatment of Asthma
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Treatment of Dengue
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I am a 28 yrs old and having head pain and eye heat problem. I had consult in to doctor but no result. I can't this problem please give me the suggestion.
I am suffering pain in head previous last weak and I have also use some medicine but it relf a few hour and then it stat again I have meet a doctor or not.
Am on diet, I eat very limit and healthy food only but once in a while I attend parties/functions where I eat excess. In such situations how to digest? How to keep my stomach clean? Normally I drink zeera water with lemon. Kindly advice on this. Regard
I was having moving pain in my left leg but for some days its only calves pain and pain in my back also I have consulted a doctor also telling some shape change of spine.
Since 1 or 2 years I have pain on my neck. Its really hurts when I woke up in morning. And pain in my legs.
I have been having this weird tingling sensation in fingertips. Not all but the big toes and the index fingers in my hand for sometime. Now, from yesterday, there is a slight pain in my left big toe. It's not due to any injury, it just feels that someone is pressing certain nerves there. I am not a diabetic, no history of any major or minor disease, I also undergo routine health checkups and there has not been any thing to take note of except uric acid around 6. I was trying to read something about this on internet when I came across the term'paraesthesia' There is no numbness in the affected part and currently in not under any sort of stress either. Please suggest the proper course of action.
What are the symptoms of hiv?
The symptoms of hiv vary, depending on the individual and what stage of the disease you are in.
Early stage of hiv: symptoms
Within 2-4 weeks after hiv infection, many, but not all, people experience flu-like symptoms, often described as the worst flu ever. this is called acute retroviral syndrome (ars) or primary hiv infection and it's the body's natural response to the hiv infection.
These symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks. However, you should not assume you have hiv if you have any of these symptoms. Each of these symptoms can be caused by other illnesses. Conversely, not everyone who is infected with hiv develops ars. Many people who are infected with hiv do not have any symptoms at all for 10 years or more.
You cannot rely on symptoms to know whether you have hiv. The only way to know for sure if you are infected with hiv is to get tested. If you think you have recently been exposed to hiv if you have had oral, vaginal or anal sex without a condom with a known hiv positive person or a partner whose hiv status you do not know or shared needles to inject drugs get an hiv test. Traditional hiv tests detect hiv antibodies. But during this early stage your body is not yet producing these antibodies. A new hiv test was approved in 2013 that can detect the presence of hiv in your body during this early stage of infection. So no matter where you get tested, it is very important to let your provider know that you may have been recently infected with hiv and you would like to be tested for acute hiv.
It is important to remember that with or without symptoms, you are at particularly high risk of transmitting hiv to your sexual or drug using partners during this time because the levels of hiv in your blood stream are very high. For this reason, it is very important to take steps to reduce your risk of transmission.
The clinical latency stage
After the early stage of hiv infection, the disease moves into a stage called the clinical latency stage. latency means a period where a virus is living or developing in a person without producing symptoms. During the clinical latency stage, people who are infected with hiv experience no hiv-related symptoms, or only mild ones. (this stage is sometimes called asymptomatic hiv infection or chronic hiv infection.
During the clinical latency stage, the hiv virus reproduces at very low levels, although it is still active. If you take antiretroviral therapy(art), you may live with clinical latency for several decades because treatment helps keep the virus in check. (read more about hiv treatment.) for people who are not on art, this clinical latency stage lasts an average of 10 years, but some people may progress through this phase faster.
It is important to remember that people in this symptom-free period are still able to transmit hiv to others even if they are on art, although art greatly reduces the risk of transmission.
Again, the only way to know for sure if you are infected with hiv is to get tested. Tests are available that can detect the virus at this stage.
Progression to aids: symptoms
If you have hiv and you are not taking hiv medication (antiretroviral therapy), eventually the hiv virus will weaken your body's immune system. The onset of symptoms signals the transition from the clinical latency stage to aids (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome).
During this late stage of hiv infection, people infected with hiv may have the following symptoms:
Rapid weight loss
Recurring fever or profuse night sweats
Extreme and unexplained tiredness
Prolonged swelling of the lymph glands in the armpits, groin, or neck
Diarrhea that lasts for more than a week
Sores of the mouth, anus, or genitals
Red, brown, pink, or purplish blotches on or under the skin or inside the mouth, nose, or eyelids
Memory loss, depression, and other neurologic disorders.
Each of these symptoms can be related to other illnesses. So, as noted above, the only way to know for sure if you are infected with hiv is to get tested.
Many of the severe symptoms and illnesses of hiv disease come from the opportunistic infections that occur because your body's immune system has been damaged.