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How Aids Will Come
About 10 years: In the days before we had effective treatment, the average time from infection to aids was 10 years. Many people progressed faster, and many slower. Now that we have good treatment, no one is supposed to develop aids, because treatment should be started long before you reach that stage. ...Read more
AIDS related death: If untreated, HIV slowly decimates the immune system leaving the individual susceptible to infections and cancers usually held in check by the immune system such as pneumocystis, mycobacterial diseases, lymphomas, accelerated cancers (eg: lung, cervical cancer, head and neck cancer), endemic fungal infections, and chronic wasting. All of these can be averted by haart (that means taking the meds!). ...Read more
How long does it take for HIV to turn into full aids? And how long does it take to identify HIV and can blood test detect them both?
Blood test : Hiv disease and aids are considering same disease cause by HIV virus. It can be diagnose with blood test. Aids is advanced disease where certain infection , malignancy and lab criteria make the diagnosis of aids. Treatment is essential for both stage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Average time: According to AAO, average time in Rx for growing Tweens/Teens is about 18 months. Adults take a little longer. Know, however that no two people/malocclusions are alike. Rx can take 6 to 36 months. See a qualified Orthodontic Specialist for an answer to your particular problem set. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Initial 2 days: Initial recovery is 2 days, 4 if you have extensive swelling. Ice is very helpful the first 24 hours. Sutures usually removed or gone in 1 week. The extraction site will fill in and remodel over time. The hole will turn into a depression and finally become a smooth ridge taking 6 months. The late healing will be unnoticeable to you except it will trap food less and less. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask audiologist: Depends on whether you drop them, step on them, get them soaked with water, or do other nasty things to them. Otherwise the person or business from which they were purchased could give you the best estimate of how long they should last under normal circumstances. Hope it is years. ...Read more
Start at age 18...: As a rule, the third molars (wisdom teeth) erupt between the ages of 18 and 25. But, as in all things in medicine, the bell curve of averages includes those as young as 14 and, in my experience, those as old as their 40s. Some erupt completely; some only partially erupt (highly prone to infection: decay and gum disease); and some never erupt. Full eruption of a tooth can take a couple months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age 44 and ?: If you entered your correct age (44) and you to not already have all your permanent teeth in, then either there is insufficient room for it to erupt, the tooth is congenitally missing, it's ankylosed up in your jaw, or it's impacted. In all those cases, it won't come in on its own. If you want an accurate answer and possible solution to your problem, you'll need to see a dentist in person. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
That depends on how: Much you have used & for how long. ...Read more
See below: ARS symptoms are variable in scope and timing. It is best to get tested if you have any doubt about being infected. Consult this site for image of HIV rash. https://images.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search;_ylt=A86.J3bK.AlV.0sAFConnIlQ;_ylu=X3oDMTB0MzkwOG5yBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2dxMQR2dGlkA1lIUzAwNF8x?_adv_prop=image&fr=yhs-mozilla-001&va=hiv+rash+pictures+symptoms&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-001 ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the extent of the infection, and the treatment used. It can take a few days to weeks. Usually it can be eliminated in a couple days. ...Read more
Natural evolution: Hiv causes destruction of the immune system, which can lead to aids, which is advanced HIV infection. All things evolve, including viruses. It is always about "survival of the fittest" and those viruses that continue to evolve become fitter over time. In fact, when patients are placed on HIV meds, the virus still tries to mutate/evolve and tries to develop resistance to the current HIV meds! ...Read more
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