Dating stds warts
They were not painful and when a pap was done, everything came back normal. (however, when I was a teen I did have a severe case of venerial warts) About 6 months later I developed a yeast infection.I had met someone that I choose to be in a sexual relationship with (I am a woman he was an uncircumsized male).I told her they were not painful, but she was concerned enough to send me to a womens specialist.When I went to see the specialist she examined me and in my opinion "over-reacted" to my situation.As with HIV, you cannot rely on symptoms to diagnose autoimmune diseases, only extensive testing can give you a diagnosis of an autoimmune disease.Autoimmune diseases can have all the symptoms of any other illnesses or diseases and yes they can and do cause fevers and rashes in some.Auto-immune disorder is a condition where one's body produces antibodies that attack the cells and tissues (mistakenly) The symptoms you are talking about, like fever rash etc., they are not caused by the antibodies but they are the result of body's reaction to an infection by a new organism like bacteria or virus. are all ody's attempt to kill the virus or expel the virus form the body.Auto-immune disorder is a condition where one's body produces antibodies that attack the cells and tissues (mistakenly) Autoimmune diseases can have all the symptoms of any other illnesses or diseases and yes they can and do cause fevers and rashes in some.
And if the hiv test detects antibodies and not the virus itself, could it give a (false) positive result if it detects these antibodies caused by other auto-immune diseases (or does it look for a specific type of antibody that only is produced in the case of hiv? Below is what the doctor on the youandaids site told me : As for the symptoms, any illness can mimic HIV and vice versa HIV can mimic any illness, thus it is not possible to relate the symptoms in the absence of test results.
I diagnosed Autoimmune thyroditis , my symptoms making me crazy as the symptoms are similar to HIV .