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Author Topic: New lab results  (Read 1557 times)

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Offline keyite

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New lab results
« on: August 21, 2007, 09:57:36 AM »
Went to collect new results yesterday (listed in the signature below). Not much change, but the lowest viral load as yet, which I'm VERY pleased with and relieved by. Although it's felt like a very bumpy ride this past year, it's starting to dawn on me that actually results have been pretty stable (I know, I know, this is what everyone have been saying all along).

A couple of months ago I attended a very inspirational lecture by Jon Kaiser and shortly thereafter decided to start the KPAX vitamin supplements. Whether or not the lower viral load is attributable to them is of course impossible to tell. But if nothing else, they've given me a huge boost in energy and I will continue them for a while yet. I guess time will tell if it's really worth the money. 

Offline HealthyMomma

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Re: New lab results
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2007, 10:44:12 AM »
Your numbers look pretty good for not being on meds! Keep up the good work!

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Re: New lab results
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2007, 11:29:31 AM »
Nice!! Since we've been more or less on the same trend I expect my number to be the same in october then :)

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mar 07: cd4 432 (35%) vl 54000
may 07: cd4 399 (28%) vl 27760
jul 07: cd4 403 (26%) vl 99241
oct 07: cd4 353 (24%) vl 29993
jan 08: cd4 332 (26%) vl 33308
mar 08: cd4 392 (23%) vl 75548
jun 08: cd4 325 (27%) vl 45880
oct 08: cd4 197 (20%) vl 154000 <== aids diagnosis
nov 2 08 start Atripla
nov 30 08: cd4 478 (23%) vl 1880 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
feb 19 09: cd4 398 (24%) vl 430 getting there!
apr 23 09: cd4 604 (29%) vl 50 woohoo :D :D
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Offline BT65

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Re: New lab results
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2007, 01:36:06 PM »
Good numbers.  I'm a bit curious, though, as to what those vitamins contain.
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Offline Longislander

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Re: New lab results
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2007, 01:48:55 PM »
nice results, especially the drop in VL :D

I also would like to hear alittle more about the Kpax. Did they replace your regular one-a-day vitamin regimen?

I'm posting my new results today, and my VL keeps going up and down. ???

infected 10/05 diagnosed 12-05
2/06   379/57000                    6/07 372/30500 25%   4/09 640/U/32% 
5/06   ?? /37000                     8/07 491/55000/24%    9/09 913/U/39%
8/06   349/9500 25%              11/07 515/68000/24     2/10 845/U/38%
9/06   507/16,000 30% !          2/08  516/116k/22%    7/10 906/80/39%
12/06 398/29000 26%             Start Atripla 3/08
3/07   402/80,000 29%            4/08  485/undet!/27
4/07   507/35,000 25%            7/08 625/UD/34%
                                                 11/08 684/U/36%

Offline keyite

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Re: New lab results
« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2007, 02:13:51 PM »
Momma, Milker, Betty, Longislander - thanks guy, means a lot...  :D

I should have given a little more background - Jon Kaiser is an HIV doc in SF: http://www.jonkaiser.com - he devised the KPAX combo and gave a lecture a little while ago here in London.

KPAX ain't cheap (I take the double strength version as a replacement for a normal multivit) but supposedly very high quality and backed up with some statistically significant research data: http://www.kpax.us or http://www.kpaxvitamins.co.uk


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