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Living With HIV / Re: INFLUENZA
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 07:58:40 AM »
Jim,

Thank you.
I was impressed that you understand so many European languages.
That covers most of the West Germanic languages
Great.
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I went on Genvoya from Stribild, so they're essentially the same so there weren't any side effects.  When I started Stribild there was a bit of nausea and gas for about a week or so, but that was it.
Since you're switching from Atripla, there's a two-drug difference (some would say only one) so it may not be as bad for you.  I've heard good things from people who've gone to Genvoya from Atripla, so I think you'll be fine.
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Living With HIV / Re: INFLUENZA
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 07:56:00 AM »
Harleymc,

Thank you very much.
Now it is spring in your country?
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Living With HIV / Re: INFLUENZA
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 07:54:13 AM »
Egyptian,

Thank you very much.
Hope things are well with you.
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Living With HIV / Re: INFLUENZA
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 07:52:00 AM »
Ptrk,

The medicine prescribed yesterday made me feel even worse and it was a nightmare last night.
I hope l can get recovered in a short time.
Thank you.
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Living With HIV / Re: INFLUENZA
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 07:47:26 AM »
Cavey,

Thank you very much.
I am still feeling sick and weak.   I hope l will feel better tomorrow.
Please take care.
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Someone I Care About Has HIV / Re: Hi
« Last post by CaveyUK on Today at 07:32:42 AM »
There are many folks living with HIV who are in strong relationships with people who do not have the virus, so as long as you can get over the trust issue then there is no reason you cannot maintain the relationship just the same as if the virus wasn't there.

Once undetectable through adherence to the (very good, these days) meds, then your partner will be able to live a long, healthy life and do all the things he would have done anyway.

Wishing you all the best
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Personally, I do think it's important to try and stick to the same time when you first start HIV meds (ie. when not UD) as it helps build the routine and prevents putting too much leeway which results in forgetting.

Once UD, there is more flexibility - as Harley said - these drugs have a decent half-life. But by that time, it will be built into your routine to take each day, whereas it isn't so much in the beginning.
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Hi , thank you for the fast response.
Ive start my treatment with 550 CD4 , and 11,000 VL.
after 25 days : 900 CD4 and only 75 VL .
2 months later  i visited other lab with different apparatus of PCR testing and my
CD4 were again 900 but my VL was 485 . is it normal the Viral load to increase in the first several months or due to the different kind of pcr testing ?
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Questions About Treatment & Side Effects / Re: Started Edurant+Kivexa
« Last post by JimDublin on Today at 06:36:52 AM »
Hi

Welcome to the forum, glad to hear you are on treatment.
Hope to hear that you have fantastic results in the future.

There are a good few examples of rilpivirine being combined abacavir + lamivudine. I added at the end of my post a recent example 2016 where they compaired to Edurant - Kivexa vs Eviplera.

Anyhow best of luck and looking forward to hearing more from you.

Jim

http://www.bhiva.org/documents/Conferences/2016Manchester/Presentations/Posters/commended-poster-presentations/P17.pdf

Aimed to describe the characteristics, indications and outcomes of those switching to RPV (rilpivirine) with Kivexa (KIV-RPV) compared to Eviplera.

Conclusions: switching to KIV-RPV (rilpivirine+ Kivexa) was as effective as EVP (Eviplera) at maintaining virological suppression with no key difference observed
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