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Is high blood pressure symptom of AIDS ?

is high blood pressure symptom of aids?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Personally, im not sure about that. but i guess you can consult the live std counselor on the largest and most trusted HIV health support and safe dating community Positivemate,,com .he's really patient and knowledgeable, and can solve almost those questions.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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No it is not. Some of the symptoms of AIDS are: A fever that won't go away. Sweating while you sleep. Feeling tired all the time. (not from stress or lack of sleep). Feeling sick all the time. Losing weight. Swollen glands. (neck, groin or underarms). A person can have HIV for many years before feeling ill or before turning into full blown AIDS. As the disease progresses, both women and men may experience yeast infections on the tongue (thrush), and women may develop severe vaginal yeast infections or pelvic inflammatory disease. Click these links if you would like more info:
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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