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appointment with the inmunologist on December 19th. Tongue issues still there (six months now) 12/12 - 0

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Just updated my journal, please check it. Thanks! Apr 19 - 0
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Going to the reumatologist today to check the dry tongue issue. Also going to get results from tests I took last week (including another HIV test ordered by the dermatologist) Apr 16 - 13
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maatson Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. 2012 Jan;113(1):111-7. doi: 10.1016/j.tripleo.2011.09.003. Epub 2012 Feb 3.
Chronic lingual papulosis: new, independent entity or "mature" form of transient lingual papillitis?
Bouquot JE1, Adibi SS, Sanchez M.
Apr 19
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maatson Chronic lingual papulosis (CLP) is an innocuous entity represented by focal or diffuse enlargement of numerous lingual papillae, primarily the filiform papillae. It appears to usually have an adult onset and most likely represents papillary reaction.
Apr 19
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maatson Do remember my earlier reply and seems to confirm you may be suffering from a chronic variant of lingual papilitis possibly relating to chronic irritation or allergy.
Apr 19
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ashler1977 hi @maatson. no mention of lack of saliva/dry tongue is mentioned in the article, which is the reason of my white coated tongue and problems. thanks anyway.
Apr 19
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maatson I have no access to the full article which may shed light here.
Apr 19
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Went to a Dermatologist today. He ordered another HIV test. Apr 03 - 5
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learning550 it will be -ve
Apr 13
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ashler1977 yes, it will. however it's interesting that several doctors relate my tongue problems to HIV (despite my negative tests).
Apr 18
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learning550 did you told them you had this symptoms after a exposure? or may be they think it might be a thrush and want to rule out
Apr 18
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Teak He doesn't have HIV, he's been going on and on able HIV since 2012
Apr 18
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ashler1977 @learning, yes, i told the dermatologist i had these symptoms about 4 months post exposure. yes, maybe they want to rule out thrush and therefore he took oral swab for thrush and Elisa for HIV.
Apr 19
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Went to an infectologist today and she said "I don't know what do do". She said my problems might have an iditopatic origini (unknown cause) Mar 28 - 0
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Just had an appointment with inmunologist who has not many clues. So she will repeat cell-mediated immunity tests I had in October. Mar 18 - 0
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