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Author Topic: long term hiv/hcv woman survior  (Read 2182 times)

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Offline courage757

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long term hiv/hcv woman survior
« on: April 13, 2008, 01:00:36 AM »
I am happily married.  I take Atripla for my HIV but I am not be treating for HCV because the side effects was unbearable. 
If they don't already, I truly believe there should be a forum for HIV/HCV women.   I don't read enough on woman with the disease and I believe it just important in woman as in men.

Ubotts - I have been worried about you.  Have you left the sight for good.  My goal is to help others like me and just talk.

My prayers are with you all.

Courage757

Offline 27years

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Re: long term hiv/hcv woman survior
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2008, 05:12:56 AM »
I think a thread on the topic would be ideal rather than a forum on its own.  With the forums we have so far i find it difficult to go round them but find it easier to follow a thread in a forum.  I am not disputing the idea as it is helpful for some who are in the same situation, its just my thought. 

Nobody dies a virgin life screws us all up

Offline BT65

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Re: long term hiv/hcv woman survior
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2008, 07:01:13 AM »
Hi Courage, welcome to our family. :)

I do not have hep C, but I think I understand your frustrations on the treatment.  I've known a few people who have stopped it because of the side effects. Ubotts is still around; she doesn't post too much however.  She will be starting the treatment in September.    I'm not sure if there would be much participation in a regular forum for women with HCV/HIV.  I think a thread would be a good idea.

I was diagnosed HIV+ in 1989, full blown Aids in 1994.  So, I've lived a long while with it myself.  Lots of ups and downs.  Currently I'm on Kaletra/Trizivir.  I'm just fortunate I escaped HCV I suppose.  I was an IV drug user for awhile back in the early 80's. 

Anyway, I hope to hear more from you.  Please join us (if you haven't already, I haven't read it yet this morning) in the dating thread.  It's not all about dating; it's about our everyday lives, struggles, and support of each other.
  Luv,
Betty
I've never killed anyone, but I frequently get satisfaction reading the obituary notices.-Clarence Darrow

 


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