It's been almost a year since i was diagnosed with HIV. After then, I noticed this lump near my genital area and I'm afraid it's getting bigger from time to time, I just want it to be removed. Since we all know that HIV targets the immunity system, I'm unsure about the healing and recovery process. Will it take longer than a normal person without HIV? I recently had a chicken fox and I hate it. The healing process took longer than I thought and it left a lot of scars on my skin. I haven't undergo CD4 test to know my immunity level, but I can honestly say that I'm feeling fine. And also, what can I do about my swollen throat? I'm having difficulty swallowing foods sometimes and is it connected to the bitter taste in my mouth every morning when I wake up?
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