Muscle twitching is found among people with Hiv infection, especially for people who are male, 30-39 old, take medication Kaletra and have Hiv infection. We study 17 people who have Muscle twitching and Hiv infection from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Hiv infection can be treated by Atripla, Truvada, Norvir, Reyataz, Isentress (latest reports from 40,140 Hiv infection patients)
Muscle twitching has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, suicidal ideation, insomnia, stress and anxiety, memory loss (latest reports from 10,679 Muscle twitching patients).
On Jul, 23, 2016
17 people who have Hiv Infection and Muscle Twitching are studied.
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Hello, I am 32 years old and have an 11 month old baby. I had a very difficult pregnancy- lots of heartburn and throwing up a lot. When my baby hit 9 months old I started experiencing weird symptoms- my ears hurt intermittently... I went to the urgent care and was prescribed claratin d for supposaid allergies. Then, on day 3 of this med I started having random bodily twitching... ALL OVER... It's very irritating. I have been to a chiropractor thinking I was out of alignment. While this helped my stiffness, it did not get rid of the fasiculations. Plus, my ears still hurt. Finally, in addition to my ears, my throat started periodically feeling like I was being choked.. I thought it was allergies but went to an ent who diagnosed me with acid reflux- super painful. I can't eat much of anything without discomfort. I guess I'm looking for some support through all this. Wondering if anyone has ever been in this boat. Don't know what direction to turn.
I've been having random muscular twitches all over my body for two months. I also have a new severe case of acid reflux. I recently had a baby and vomited a lot while pregnant. Also, I had terrible heartburn while pregnant. Anybody have any similar things happen?
I began treatment 6 months after infection, in July'15 my VL was 2800 and CV4=780. Now VL is untraceable, CD4 1080; I have hematuria since 5 years now, after a prostata resection, my prostata is grown big again 115gr, my PSA 11,8, (it was 22,8 before the OP). The hematuria is due to a capillary ...
Hello, I am 32 years old and have an 11 month old baby. I had a very difficult pregnancy- lots of heartburn and throwing up a lot. When my baby hit 9 months old I started experiencing weird symptoms- my ears hurt intermittently... I went to the urgent care and was prescribed claratin d for ...
Hi I'm Haley, I'm 29 and was diagnosed with IIH in 2010! Was told this would be short term... 6 years later still on diamox acetazolamide and getting lost of muscle twitching all of a sudden I'm on the lowest dose I've been on yet at 250mg once a day of slow release capsules so why now!! ...
I am a male, 61 years old and was prescribed Plaquenil 18 months ago for possible Lupus/RA symptoms and mild indicators in blood work. I had severe leg pain prior to taking the medicine, especially at night. Steroids and followup with Plaquenil have remediated the severe leg muscle pain. ...
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