A cross-sectional study of patients in UK health services has compared the prevalence of a large number of different health conditions in people with HIV, versus those without HIV. Most findings confirm previous research, but the study also found a lower prevalence of many cardiovascular conditions and rheumatoid arthritis in people with HIV, while infertility, bipolar disorder, and numerous infections were more common.
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Thanks for your question Xavier. I recently tried a clinical trial using a drug for cardiovascular
purposes of my heart and valves and so forth...... to determine whether long-term HIV has any effect on your heart. Unfortunately I could not take the side effect and I had to stop the trial in the middle but the doctor did say that numerous patients did have enlarged hearts and clogged arteries. That's something I have noticed also it seems that a lot of us suffer from some type of bone density problem.
i just had a triple bypass emergency bypass, not caused by a heart attack. the high triglycerides (not very high cholesterol, on meds) caused this. i’ve had angina from this almost 20 years of the 23 year diagnosis.
two years ago, a quadruple fusions on my back. no strengthening or meds could avoid this. equine something syndrome, horrible!
but i’m good-enough from all of this, what’s next? maybe nothing.
oh! i had blood cancer three years ago treat also, at Mayo, i was lucky to have them notice what everyone hear in so flo never saw in 20 cbcs..
that’s good now too!
In my country flue is the common conditions which develops into TB most of the time
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