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    Dr LM Nath is an expert in Community Medicine in the World Health Organisation, New Delhi.

Questions Answered by me

I am glad to learn that you are keeping in good health and have now started anti-retroviral therapy. If you follow some very basic rules, ART can...

Answered on : 16 Feb 2011

Given your history of testing with an ELISA based test, there is no chance that you had been infected when you were exposed to risk. The ELISA...

Answered on : 11 Feb 2011

You must resume all your normal activities. You do not need to be so afraid of H1N1 ‘flue. Contrary to what people said in the beginning, this is...

Answered on : 03 Oct 2010

No, it is not for swine flu, it protects against seasonal influenza type A and B. It should NOT be given to infants below the age of 6 months.

Answered on : 26 Aug 2010

If a person with HIV infection is asymptomatic (has no symptoms of other infections—“AIDS defining conditions”) then with a normal CD4 level as...

Answered on : 18 Jun 2010

Anti HCV just informs us that you have been exposed to the Hepatitis C virus. It does not tell us whether or not you currently have the infection...

Answered on : 25 May 2010

The chances of HIV transmission in the manner described are very low though I must admit that there is a small element of risk. The usual tests...

Answered on : 17 Feb 2010

A HIV negative person may give a positive result occasionally. That is why we always advise more than one test in the case of a positive report....

Answered on : 09 Feb 2010

I think you are referring to the chances of a person known to have been
exposed to some one with diagnosed H1N1 flu and given 10 days...

Answered on : 13 Dec 2009

The CD4 T cell lymphocytes are actually one of the white blood cells but of a particular type. They are therefore found in the blood along with...

Answered on : 08 Dec 2009
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