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Hola sr. Andy Velez. Le escribo porque hace unos días tuve un encuentro con un muchacho desconocido, con el cual tuvimos relaciones sexuales. Yo fui el activo y use condón en todo momento. Pero le practique sexo oral (besos en el ano - rimming) en varias ocasiones. Cree que esto fue un riesgo y debo hacer la prueba. estoy muy asustado. el me dijo que no tenia nada pero yo sigo preocupado. Por favor ayúdeme
« Last post by Andy Velez on Today at 05:46:18 PM »
No tenia un riesgo. El VIH es tan fragil a transmitirlo desde esa moda. Es solamente durante la copula sin un condon que sera un riesgo.
Thanks Jim and Tonny2! I'm kinda shakey today LOL....i dont know if too much coffee or just the relief and letdown of worry. I dont have to go back to Dr. until August - seems long but that is only 3 months away. Ironic that my appt will be on the exact day I was DX.
the forums went down???
This must have been on the only day I've not tried to access them in months
OJO hELLO MY DEAR AND FAVORITE GURL, i COULDN'T BE HAPPIER FOR YOU, AND ENVIOUS, LOL, YOU CD% IS BETTER THAN MINE, UGH!...i LIKE PEOPLE WHO ARE FIGHTERS, THAT'S WHY i INVEST MY TIME IN SUPPORTING AND SENDING pmS, TO SHARE EXPERIENCIES AND TRYING TO GIVE A BIT OF HOPE, TO OUR NEWBIES...i'M GLAD YOU ARE HAPPY WITH YOUR RESULTS, NOW, i'M READY FOR MY BEER, CHEERS AND HUGS MY FAVORITE GURL OJO
No after 12 hours it will have been absorbed into your system, do not double dose.
If you are sick ? please consult your Doctor.
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« Last post by JimDublin on Today at 05:09:02 PM »
I have recently been under PEP for my 4th day now. I took atripla and zidovudine around 5:30am and I was eating around 4:30pm (almost 12hours later) and threw up right after eating. Do I have to retake the dose? I'm a bit scared that this affected my treatment.
Everyone here is gay?
Not the case. There are plenty of heterosexuals as well as bisexuals and every shade inbetween.
HIV doesn't discriminate and whilst historically in the western world it has impacted the gay community most, this is changing over time. HIV certainly isn't a 'gay' disease now.
Many people living with HIV marry and have children these days too. Quite often with partners who are HIV negative.
it's still a recommended first line medication, it hasn't been downgraded
The OP is from Australia. I'm not sure what the cost differential is over there. A lot will depend on the deals the drugs companies make with the health services in that region. (On an anecdotal point, although not approved in the UK yet, the TAF-containing drugs are being sold to the NHS at cheaper prices than the TDF-containing drugs, at least initially. I think this is common practice to get an uptake on new drugs).
I don't think anyone would suggest that Stribild isn't a great drug. But IF there is a direct choice between that and Genvoya, I don't see why anyone would steer towards the former. Certainly on clinical grounds. If the decision is financial then of course that is a different story...
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