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My blood color is dark red. Having UTI on/off for months&pain in joints and discomfort in scrotum. Pus cells in semen&urine analysis.Is it HIV or aids?

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Dr. Chirag Vasa
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
4 doctors agree

In brief: See doctor

You have symptoms of recurrent uti, needs to be check by your physician , always doubt of HIV , check through blood test.
See your physician.

In brief: See doctor

You have symptoms of recurrent uti, needs to be check by your physician , always doubt of HIV , check through blood test.
See your physician.
Dr. Chirag Vasa
Dr. Chirag Vasa
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Dr. Jason Gittman
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Arthritis and UTI

The symptoms you describe may be related to many different conditions which require a workup by your provider. For example, there is an autoimmune condition called reiter's syndrome, which is a reactive arthritis triggered by an infection in the body, usually the intestines, urinary tract, or genitals.
An association between reither's and HIV is known to occur. You should definitely followup.

In brief: Arthritis and UTI

The symptoms you describe may be related to many different conditions which require a workup by your provider. For example, there is an autoimmune condition called reiter's syndrome, which is a reactive arthritis triggered by an infection in the body, usually the intestines, urinary tract, or genitals.
An association between reither's and HIV is known to occur. You should definitely followup.
Dr. Jason Gittman
Dr. Jason Gittman
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Dr. Stephen Berns
Pathology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Do an HIV test first

The most diagnostic test for hiv/aids is to test for the actual virus or antibodies for the virus.
While some clinical findings may raise suspicion for hiv/aids, getting the test done is the most direct route to a diagnosis.

In brief: Do an HIV test first

The most diagnostic test for hiv/aids is to test for the actual virus or antibodies for the virus.
While some clinical findings may raise suspicion for hiv/aids, getting the test done is the most direct route to a diagnosis.
Dr. Stephen Berns
Dr. Stephen Berns
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