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how long do the early symptoms of hiv last?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 49 years experience
Variable: Not all HIV infected individuals have early symptoms. These symptoms are like a flu and may last a few days to a few months. See this site for more info. http://aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/just-diagnosed-with-hiv-aids/hiv-in-your-body/stages-of-hiv/.

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Is it possible not to see a twin during early screenings?

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Rare, but possible: With early, high-quality ultrasounds, twins are usually not missed anymore.
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Can you tell me about premature menopause?

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Dr. Michael Swor
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Menopause : When the ovaries stop egg production and periods cease prior to age 40, we consider it premature menopause. The treatment plan is similar at any age, but sometime symptoms are more abrupt and severe. Osteoporosis is a major concern as are sexual function and cardiovascular health.
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What is the best diet for early stage cirrosis?

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Dr. Samuel Sadow
Bariatrics 48 years experience
Depends!: Best to completely avoid all alcohol and extra carbs. Ask your doctor to send you to a GI specialist for your liver problems.
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What are some early labor signs?

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Dr. Adam Newman
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As follows;: Cramping which starts out far apart and becomes more regular and more painful. You may leak fluid and may have bleeding. If you are ever unsure, check with your doctor right away.
A 48-year-old member asked:

Is it safe to live with an HIV positive family member?

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Yes: You don't get HIV from living with someone with hiv, only from sex. Close contact is not a risk.

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