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How old are you? Are you a male or a female? How tall are you? How much do you weigh? Any weight change? Any other symptoms? Fever, cough, swollen nodes? When did it start? Is it getting worse? Are you aware of anything which might have triggered it? Any medical problems? Any surgeries? Any medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history?
How tall? You weigh 80 kg? Are you a male or a female? Do you start to sweat since you take the medications?
Sweating is not usual in early HIV infection. Since you have a cough and don't have swollen nodes, you don't have TB and lymphoma. It seems to be due to serdalude.
You don't need to worry. Reassured.
If it is a wart on the cervix, you may get it. It is not dangerous. candida is not transmitted. But they are not related to night sweat.
You may get warts, too. It is contagious. But it is not dangerous.
Most likely it is a nabothian cyst. This occurs when the surface cells of the cervix block off a cervical mucus gland, leading to a collection of mucus underneath the blockage. These get larger with the ovulatory cycle, when the cervical glands produce more mucus. They are benign and do not require any treatment.
At first you should try to stop taking serdalude. Please rate my answer positively. After rating, you can ask questions without additional charge. Otherwise I will opt out from you.
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