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Dr. Trupti Gilada is a trusted physician in Infectious Disease and Adult Medicine. She received her training in prestigious institutions like KEM Hospital, Mumbai and Harvard University and Fred Hutchinson Centre in USA. Her aspiration to bring together unmatchable clinical acumen in India and state-of-art management protocols in the USA brought her back to India where she strives to offer medical care of the highest quality to all her patients. She now works as an Infectious Disease Consultant at Unison Medicare and Research Centre, one of the few comprehensive infectious disease centres in the country and at Prince Aly Khan Hospital, Mazagaon, a multi-speciality hospital in South Mumbai.
MBBS - Topiwala National Medical College and Nair Hospital, Mumbai - 2009
MD - Internal Medicine - Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai - 2012
Fellowship in Infectious Diseases - Harvard University, Boston, USA - 2014
Fellowship in HIV/AIDS - Fred Hutchinson Centre, Seattle, USA - 2016
Fellow at International AIDS Society-National Institute on Drug Abuse-French National Agency for Research on AIDS at Fred Hutchinson Centre
Fellow at Harvard University
Physician, Internal Medicine at ESIS Hospital, Worli
Winner of Torrent All-India Young Scholar Award (TYSA) for Internal Medicine
International AIDS Society Fellowship
Several publications in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at national and international conferences to date
UNAIDS-India/National AIDS Control Organization Scholar
Excellence in Medical Education Award by Narottam Seksaria Foundation
AIDS Society of India
Peoples' Health Organisation (India)
International AIDS Society
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Nov 16, 2017
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Does acute HIV infection cause fever of 99.8 for two days only? And does hiv infection cause itchy symmetrical rash for three days only? With no other symptom. No loss of appetite, no swollen lymph nodes, no diarrhea, no mouth ulcers, no muscle and joint pain not fatigue.
Acute HIV infection can present with a wide spectrum of signs and symptoms. Having said that, the most common cause of the symptoms you described is 'not' HIV- it could very well be some other viral fever. What would help is to know your recent unprotected sexual contact, partners status if available. There are tests available to diagnose early HIV and effective treatment options too just in case one needs it.
My friend is HIV patient, he is using medicines but he is getting HIV negative or not how many days using medicines will come HIV negative.
No HIV positive person can become HIV negative by taking antiretroviral medications. Although these medicines do not cure, they are very efficient in keeping disease under control for several years.
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My daughter who is 4 year old has itchy anus at night. I haven't noticed any worms yet. What do I do to address that?
Most often, worms aren't visible or found easily even if a person has them. Therefore you should still treat her with a deworming agent like Zentel.
Hi, Please suggest me What will happen when I lick vagina of girl suffering who is suffering from aids, is it safe or will i get hiv.
Although chances of acquiring HIV from oral sex is minimal, there are other diseases like herpes, syphilis that can be easily transmitted. I would suggest taking vaccination for hepatitis B and depending on your age-vaccine for HPV too.
I had oral sex with my ex girlfriend and it's been 8 months of our breakup. Now only I am developing some light patches on my face I also had black dots on the tip of my penis m worried because my ex gf occasionally develops these light patches on her face so I'm really very much worried is it HIV or syphilis or something else please answer me.
Oral sex is a relatively low-risk activity for HIV. But other STDs that could be transmitted through oral sex are syphilis, herpes, gonorrhea, Hepatitis B- most of which have treatment available. Although not very clear about the risk you had (I would need more details to evaluate that), just white patches are not specifically indicative of any STD. It wouldn't harm to get yourself tested for HIV, Hep B and Syphilis. If negative for Hep B, I would advise on getting yourself vaccinated for Hepatitis B. Most importantly- I don't think you need to worry or panic. And for future- Safe Sex or No Sex.
I had oral sex so if my partner has hiv so can I also get infected? It's been a year and i'm developing some light patches on my face same as that of my ex girlfriend who occasionally developed it.
The risk of HIV transmission from oral sex is very low. The main risks arise if the person receiving oral sex has a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or sores on their genital area, or if the person giving oral sex has sores in their mouth or bleeding gums- both of which are uncommon when a couple agree to engage in oral sex.
There is no risk of a positive report if your 12 week report after a protected intercourse was negative. Don't worry! And remember- Safe Sex or No Sex!
Asked for male, 20 years old from Hubli-Dharwad
Hlo sir/mam After 2 years of sexual activity I am testing my 1) HIV 1&2 antibody test is negative. 2) HBsAg test result negative preference range index value <0.90 non reactive >1.0 reactive 3) VDRL test negative. What this means its ok or not please suggests.
Yes- everything looks perfectly fine as of now. I would suggest taking Hepatitis B vaccination for prevention of Hep B and sexual activities with condom always.
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