When people discover they have HIV, they may not begin taking medications immediately. The decision to start treatment for HIV is individual and considers a person's past medical history, the length of time they've been infected with HIV, current CD4 T cell count, and current health.....

Women who are HIV-positive are more likely to have frequent and persistent yeast infections, and these infections are likely to be resistant to standard over-the-counter medications.

These infections occur because of an organism imbalance and a weakened immune system.

Symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection:

Burning and itching in the vaginal/ vulva area.Pain during intercourse and/or urination.Whitish, odourless vaginal discharge. Discharge is not always present.

Yeast infections may appear and disappear in conjunction with hormonal variations associated with a woman's menstrual cycle.....

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