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Author Topic: Havent been in forums for almost a year so heres my update.  (Read 1018 times)

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Offline Rayray

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Havent been in forums for almost a year so heres my update.
« on: December 30, 2010, 01:46:41 AM »
Its been a great year for me still on meds truvada reyataz and norvir no problems to speak of,had interesting development with mia was on treatment for over a year then tested neg for it so ID took me off the ethambutol and clarithromiacin and was feeling fine even stopped taking the pain meds for the leg pain that kept me from doing routine things like walking my pugs. So after not taking the mia meds for 8 months I had swollen Lymp-nodes all over my body in my lungs and on my clavicle so biopsies were done to determine if mia was present with my t-cells up over 400 my ID said she has never seen this in someone with my high numbers so she is doing a study on me to be published in the medical journal so I'll keep u updated on this progress! I haven't posted new numbers b/c they have been the same bouncing between 380 to 550 so nothing new to update on,Until today i went to the ID and got my new results and my T-cells were at 741 I was so happy it was a long time getting up here but I'm here and plan on staying and improving to higher numbers.lol Sure to some it may seem like nothing but to me going for 7 T-cell in Sept of 2007 and almost dieing from many differrent OP's I'm happy waking up the next day bad weather or not and believe me after over two feet of snow where I live in New jersey that's says alot anyway hope all is well and keep on keeping on be safe and be well happy new year to all!
Tested feb 2007 neg
Seroconvert 07/2007
Diagnosed w/ Aids-PCP-Mac-Thrush-PN
09/07 CD4 71 Put on zidovudrine, Efarivnz, prednisone,bactrim ds,Z pak,Diflucan,Mepron
10/07 CD4 9 160,000,000  Stopped all pre meds for observations found current ID. started on Atripila for two weeks end due to sustiva allergy
11/07 CD4 4 VL-1600,000start Norvir-Truvada-Reytaz
12/07 CD4 83 VL-1600,000
02/08 CD4 488 VL- 4100
05/08 CD4 514 VL- 4200
07/08 CD4 434 VL- <400
10/08 Cd4 531 VL-Undetectable
10/16/2008 cd4 393 VL-undetectable
01/29/2009 cd4 419 VL-undetectable
04/28/2009 cd4 385 VL-undetectable
08/06/2009 cd4 358 VL-undetectable
12/14/2010 cd4 741 VL-undetectable

Offline jkinatl2

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Re: Havent been in forums for almost a year so heres my update.
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2010, 02:09:56 AM »
Great news regarding the new numbers! Keep on keeping on, Rayray!

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