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  1. Barrier Methods of Contraception (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) - PDF  
    ... used if you are at low risk of HIV infection. • Possible side effects: allergic reaction to the spermicide and vaginitis What are condoms ... spermicide may increase the risk of urinary tract infection. • Possible ... the uterus. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): A virus that attacks certain cells of ...
  2. ... Chemotherapy Cold and Cough Medicines Diabetes Medicines Drug Reactions Drug Safety HIV/AIDS Medicines Hormone Replacement Therapy Medication Errors Medicines ...
  3. HIV/AIDS and the Flu (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... zanamivir) and drugs used in the management of HIV infected persons. Patients should be observed for adverse drug reactions to influenza antiviral chemoprophylaxis agents, especially when neurologic ...
  4. Testing for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) - PDF  
    ... HIV). Antibodies: Proteins in the blood produced in reaction to foreign ... Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): A virus that attacks certain cells of ...
  5. Causes of Cardiomyopathy (Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation)  
    ... or inflammatory diseases, 3) immunologic diseases (i.e. HIV), 4) obesity or dietary deficiencies, 5) toxin reactions (i.e. drug, alcohol, radiation exposure), 6) connective tissue and autoimmune ...
  6. ... the thyroid Goiter Graves disease Viral AIDS Herpes infections HIV disease Infectious mononucleosis Rubella (German measles) Viral pharyngitis Other Allergic reactions Allergic reaction to a drug (medication) Food allergies ...
  7. Tattoos and Piercing (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health)  
    ... Tattoos can be risky. Possible risks include allergic reactions, scars, and serious infections, including HIV and hepatitis B . Consider these tips for tattoo ...
  8. Treatment for HIV (Department of Veterans Affairs)  
    ... holiday' from the drugs? In general, taking a "drug holiday" from your anti-HIV medicine for reasons other than a severe reaction to medications may be harmful to your health. ...
  9. Gender-Specific Health Challenges Facing Women From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)  
    ... to antiretroviral therapy and an increase in adverse reactions to the drugs. Women also suffer gender-specific consequences of HIV, including recurrent vaginal yeast infections, pelvic inflammatory disease ( ...
  10. ... Translate Text Size Print Share Opportunistic Infections Opportunistic Infections and Their Relationship to HIV/AIDS People with healthy immune systems can be exposed to certain viruses, bacteria, or parasites and have no reaction to them—but people living with HIV/AIDS ...
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