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Author Topic: CHRONIC SINUSITIS and SENSITIVE SKIN  (Read 1142 times)

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Offline SASA39

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CHRONIC SINUSITIS and SENSITIVE SKIN
« on: February 17, 2007, 05:06:53 AM »
Last week I was coughing .......temperature 38 C ...............
Went to doc.................he said bronchitis.........no drugs except Diclofen-duo for temperature...............and nasal drops for my nose............
AND OVERHERE  DR`S   DON`T WANNA BE  VISITED MORE THAN ONCE A MONTH BECAUSE THEY DO NOT WANNA BE BORED BY THE SAME PATIENT "MORE THAN NECESSARY"....................
But this morning................my head is SLIGHTLY hurting , nose and forehead a litlle  bit stronger , .............like sinusuits................?

And many red spots  on the neck and chin that are itching and bleed easily since my shaving yesterday...........I cannot hug my kids ,..........my skin become so sensitive.................DERMATITIS...........................

Worried about these things...........................ADVICES for sinusutis.....Al
Oct.     `06.  CD4=58  ?    %       VL not perform. ?!?
25.Dec.`06.         203       14        VL= 0
29.May.`07.    broken device        VL=1363
20.June`07     broken device        VL=0
25.Dec `07  CD4=582                  VL=70
14.May `08  CD4=448
29.July `08                                  VL=0
26.Nov `08  CD4=674                    VL=179
16.Mar `09  CD4=554                    VL=0
19.Jan`10 CD4=715               
03.Mar`10                                    VL=0
24.Aug`10 CD4=524                     VL=0
04.Dec`10 CD4=626                     VL=0
15.Sep`11                                   VL=93
17.Nov`11                                   VL=0
05/26 .Jul`12 CD4=713                 VL=0
28.Nov`12 CD4=916                     VL=0
09.May`13                                 VL=0

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Re: CHRONIC SINUSITIS and SENSITIVE SKIN
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2007, 12:19:48 PM »
Hi SASA,

First, you can hug your children as much as you like! It doesn't matter about the rash, they are not going to be infected this way. Their own skin is an excellent barrier to the hiv virus as well as many other pathogens. Go hug your children! I have a child myself and I wouldn't tell you this if I were not 100% sure. You are not going to infect them by hugging them, rash or no rash.

Is the doctor you went to about your chest problem aware of your hiv status? If not, you need to see someone who is aware.

Keep taking your antibiotics and if you're not feeling better by monday, go back to the doctor. Nevermind about him being bored, this is your health we are talking about. With your CD4 counts you need to be VERY careful about chest infections.

Ann
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