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symptoms Human T-lymphotropic Virus Symptoms

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List of symptoms associated with Human T-lymphotropic virus, listed in alphabetical order with photos when available. This list can help identify the warning signs of Human T-lymphotropic virus, but if you're concerned for your health you should visit your physician immediately. Many people in the world have been diagnosed with Human T-lymphotropic virus, and it's certainly nothing to be ashamed about. If you are wondering "Do I have Human T-lymphotropic virus?" this list may help you get a ballpark idea of whether or not you might have it.

Items on this list include Muscle weakness and Asymptomatic.

Many of the symptoms of Human T-lymphotropic virus may be related to other illnesses or conditions, so if you're experiencing any of these symptoms don't automatically assume you have Human T-lymphotropic virus. Only a medical profession can properly diagnose you, so don't hesitate to consult your doctor if you fear you may have Human T-lymphotropic virus.

Asymptomatic Pilonidal cyst, Hepatitis B, Amoebiasis

Immunodeficiency AIDS, Down syndrome, HTLV-I Infections

Muscle atrophy Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, Motor neuron disease, HTLV-I Infections

Muscle weakness Spinal Tuberculosis, Jaundice, Typhoid fever

Myelopathy HTLV-I Infections

Opportunistic infection AIDS, HTLV-I Infections

Skin lesion AIDS, Lupus erythematosus, Hidradenitis suppurativa