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leatherman:

--- Quote from: Wahoo1 on September 28, 2012, 03:48:15 PM ---379 ... 419 ... 410 ... 492

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cd4 counts can change by 100 pts a day; with the highest counts in the late afternoon and lowest counts in the morning. even if you had your labs done at different times of the day, perhaps causing a difference in counts, this 113 range over 4 tests doesn't really attest to any great change yet. However, the upward graph and average of 425 so far bodes well for you.


--- Quote from: darryaz on September 28, 2012, 04:46:11 PM ---Gaining a couple hundred CD-4 points

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scientifically, nothing but a recovering immune system has been proven to provide a change of 100's of cd4s ;)

darryaz:

--- Quote from: leatherman on September 28, 2012, 07:46:49 PM ---scientifically, nothing but a recovering immune system has been proven to provide a change of 100's of cd4s ;)

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As I said, JUST FOR FUN.

elf:
It depends on a person. Every person has a different ''drug'' that makes their CD4 go high.

My latest combo: fluvoxamine + melatonin
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16893613

sam66:
I've been taking it daily for the last 4 months.

no's   cd4 went up from 520 ( was always around this figure since I started treatment )  to 730.

however no change in cd4% ,remains at 19%

I think I feel better for it

mecch:

--- Quote from: elf on September 29, 2012, 11:49:04 AM ---It depends on a person. Every person has a different ''drug'' that makes their CD4 go high.

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I wish mine were poppers and champagne.

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