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Offline requem

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started stocrin and truvada ...
« on: April 28, 2011, 10:16:19 AM »
hello everyone,

tested on january and i was positive :( then blood draw and cd4-235 vl-178.000. started truvada and stocrin last month.. so i am here with you. life is very difficult for me here because my family and frinds dont know that .. i hope it will be cured soon. anyway i just wanted say hello everybody.  and my english is not good, sorry for that..
dec 2010= poz
feb  2011=blood draw
feb  2011 cd4=235, vl=178.000
mar  2011- started stocrin and truvada
april  2011 cd4=326, vl=1238
agust 2011 vl=ud
feb 2012 vl=ud
july 2012 cd4 567 vl=ud
oct 2012 cd4 537 vl= 57 :(
dec 2012 cd4 %24 vl= 505 :(

Offline PosMedStudent

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Re: started stocrin and truvada ...
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2011, 12:30:22 AM »
Hi requem!

Welcome to the forum and I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis. The good thing is that you are put on med immediately. If you keep up with the med and stay healthy, you're gonna do just fine. Please do not stress out. I totally understand what you're going through. My family and friends do not know about me either.

Exercise, eat healthy and keep up with the med, blood work, and doctor's visit, again you're gonna be fine.

I wish you the best. Stay in touch with us!

Take care

PosMedStudent

 


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