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manhattanman:
Anythoughts on this blip would be appreciated

started Sustiva & truvada 8/6/05  VL 70,000  CD4 298

9/20/05 VL 529  CD4 320
12?20/05 VL < 400 CD4 332...time to do mre sensitive VL test
3/20/06   VL -0-  CD4 361
6/20/06   VL 616 CD4 456

Have been 100% adherent, taking them between 11:15 and 11:30 PM, sometimes stretch to 11:45. Try and have finished eating 2 hours before, number of times went maybe hour to an hour and a half after eating but still took meds between 11:15 and 11:30.
Zero side effects, don't drink much at all 3 or 4 drinks a month
Have not completely quit smoking still 6 or 7 a day, that will change as of now.
Still work out, though not as much as I wold like, but excellent workout when at gym, plus cardio past-times (biking and lap swimming).


Friend told me not to worry, even that current thinking is coming around that blips may be a good sign.

Thoughts on blip ?

J.R.E.:
Hello Manhattan man,

I have been on meds since October of 2003. You can see at the bottom of my posts my track record ,since starting on meds. You can also see these occassional blips. I am still trying to understand it all.

I started a thread a little while back in referance to this, you may find it informative.

Click below :

http://forums.poz.com/index.php?topic=665.msg9535#msg9535


Ray

HIVworker:
If you are talking about the increase of ~600 virions a blip, you are mistaken. That's not really a blip.

R

gerry:

--- Quote from: HIVworker on June 29, 2006, 07:52:40 PM ---If you are talking about the increase of ~600 virions a blip, you are mistaken. That's not really a blip.

R

--- End quote ---

What would you call it?

HIVworker:
You want me to define BLIP for you?

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