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Offline denb45

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Labs and Blood Work
« on: February 07, 2012, 07:09:07 PM »
12/28/11
CD3+CD4: 15% L 466

1/31/12
Sodium: 140
Potassium: 4.2
Creatinine: H 1.40

Lipids:  :-[   NOT GOOD  :(
Cholesterol H 249
Triglyceride H 313
HDL Cholesterol 44
LDL Cholesterol 142

Doc said these are kinda high  :( but didn't change any Meds

Kidney function still @ 57% but stable as of 1/31/12 no change
Liver functions were in the normal range
CBC and Diff  normal  no STDs  still non-reactive, HEP b non-reactive, no HEP C
no OIs ,PSA normal range, Testosterone normal-high 1,233 low 912

Blood pressure a little high  134/45  :-[ this was in the right arm, but they got this in the left arm 128/78  hum interesting huh?  ::)
Height 6'2 1/2 inches  Weight 191lbs
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2012, 09:12:13 PM »
Dennis,
I'm glad your kidneys are stable. I don't understand though, your creatinine is a high normal & you have low kidney function. Mine is 1.7, abnormal, & they say I don't have to worry, my kidney function is roughly 90%.

Your blood pressure is much better than mine 135/90 on prescription stimulants. If it goes any higher, I'm going to have to cut down on my stimulants. The doc says high blood pressure first, and high cholesterol second, are the worst enemies of the kidneys.
I hope that you stay healthy & keep your spirits up. Hugs, Deiby
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2012, 08:30:26 AM »
I dunno why that is :-[  however my kidney problems started way back in 98/99, and remember I've been on Meds non-stop every since June of 87, my 1st med was  AZT
this may or may not be the problem....no body really knows for sure, it's still being studied  ;)
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2012, 02:41:18 PM »
Hi Dennis, Good to see that it does not have to be all change on the drug front , are your lipids always high and am I right in thinking you have problems with statins?

Like the new pic.

take care
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #4 on: February 08, 2012, 02:54:05 PM »
Hi Dennis, Good to see that it does not have to be all change on the drug front , are your lipids always high and am I right in thinking you have problems with statins?

Like the new pic.

take care
mhtv


Good question, just this morning I ask my ID-doc this and she says it's all of the dam AVrs you've been on thur the yrs. and she didn't think it had anything to do with me as whole ( none of my past docs) didn't think it was me ,but the AVR's that cause such high lipids, I'm not alone in this realm  :-[
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #5 on: February 08, 2012, 03:07:06 PM »
Have you considered adding a statin?  My numbers were absolutely horrible until I started on pravastatin, modified my diet and ramped up the exercise regiment.  I'll let you now if it's temporary or not after my next tests since we stopped this drug to see where the numbers are.   

Overall, great results.

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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #6 on: February 08, 2012, 03:10:53 PM »
Have you considered adding a statin?  My numbers were absolutely horrible until I started on pravastatin, modified my diet and ramped up the exercise regiment.  I'll let you now if it's temporary or not after my next tests since we stopped this drug to see where the numbers are.   

Overall, great results.

Wolfie

lol  Greg I've been on them for the last 12 yrs. currently on Tricor, 145mg ,  pravastatin 40mg & Quiapirl 5mg
use to be on Lipitor 40mg  ;)
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #7 on: February 08, 2012, 03:13:40 PM »
lol  Greg I've been on them for the last 12 yrs. currently on Tricor, 145mg ,  pravastatin 40mg & Quiapirl 5mg
use to be on Lipitor 40mg  ;)

OH, perhaps you should try some white zin.  Maybe that's the key mixture in the puzzle.

 ;D  Wolfie
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #8 on: February 08, 2012, 03:22:51 PM »
OH, perhaps you should try some white zin.  Maybe that's the key mixture in the puzzle.

 ;D  Wolfie

Bob likes that, but, to be honest, were really not that much of drinkers, maybe 1 or 2 beers, and for me 1 or 2 well drinks, I have to be very careful , my AVRs makes well-drinks twice as strong , then it makes me feel SICK :D
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« Reply #9 on: February 08, 2012, 07:36:20 PM »
Bob likes that, but, to be honest, were really not that much of drinkers, maybe 1 or 2 beers, and for me 1 or 2 well drinks, I have to be very careful , my AVRs makes well-drinks twice as strong , then it makes me feel SICK :D

If you are going to drink, do it right. 8)

It should be a nice Merlot, if you go in for wine, or, a nice scotch on the rocks, or with a spash of water or soda, if it is a blend.

I am with you, though. It doesn't take all that much to get me loaded. Wolfie can attest that just a few lavender martinis and three or four scotches and I was a happy camper! :o ;D

HUGS,

Mark
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« Reply #10 on: February 08, 2012, 07:58:40 PM »
If you are going to drink, do it right. 8)

Wolfie can attest that just a few lavender martinis and three or four scotches and I was a happy camper! :o ;D

HUGS,

Mark

You guys are gonna have to show me what a lavender martini and three or four scotches are  ???
I don't think I've ever had any before ( not much of a drinker never really was) just point me to the
Bailey Irish Cream w/ my coffee and I'll be a happy camper @ least for the night  ;)

Dennis who actually thinks that Irish Cream go's down smooth, and there's nothing in the world like being a wide awake drunk  :P
« Last Edit: February 08, 2012, 08:22:24 PM by denb45 »
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Re: !
« Reply #11 on: February 08, 2012, 08:23:15 PM »
If you are going to drink, do it right. 8)

It should be a nice Merlot, if you go in for wine, or, a nice scotch on the rocks, or with a spash of water or soda, if it is a blend.

I am with you, though. It doesn't take all that much to get me loaded. Wolfie can attest that just a few lavender martinis and three or four scotches and I was a happy camper! :o ;D

HUGS,

Mark

I was doing good til those damned Manhattans were added to the mix  (THANKS Gary) ;D  I've never thought it appropriate for gay men to drink STRAIGHT whiskey on the rocks.  Too redneck, even for moi! 

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« Reply #12 on: February 09, 2012, 05:20:55 AM »
I was doing good til those damned Manhattans were added to the mix  (THANKS Gary) ;D  I've never thought it appropriate for gay men to drink STRAIGHT whiskey on the rocks.  Too redneck, even for moi! 

Wolfie
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Must disagree, Johny Walker black Label and my favourite winter drink Whisky Mac-----one part whisky one part Stones Green ginger Wine mixed and gently warmed .

Malt whisky plus a jug off good water perfect replacement for red wine with winter food.

what is Zin?

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Re: !
« Reply #13 on: February 09, 2012, 09:16:36 AM »
N

Must disagree, Johny Walker black Label and my favourite winter drink Whisky Mac-----one part whisky one part Stones Green ginger Wine mixed and gently warmed .

Malt whisky plus a jug off good water perfect replacement for red wine with winter food.

what is Zin?

m

Zin is short for Zinfandel, and is a white wine, well, rather rose' ish. It is quite sweet and very gay. I liked it in my youth before my tastebuds had matured. ::)

HUGS,

Mark


« Last Edit: February 09, 2012, 09:34:28 AM by aztecan »
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #14 on: February 09, 2012, 09:28:16 AM »
Jim Beam on the rocks is redneck. Basil Hayden or Prichard's Double Barrel would definitely not be -- in fact one would argue that a $65 bottle of whiskey should not be bastardized with vermouth and bitters (though, I too, love a Manhattan).

Upscale whiskey bars are very chic where I live.
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #15 on: February 09, 2012, 09:35:20 AM »
Dam! I'm a lightweight compared to all of you. Two drinks & I'm taking my clothes off. Three & I'm flat on my back with my legs spread. Oops, all LTSers are over 21, right? Hugs, Deiby
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #16 on: February 09, 2012, 09:43:31 AM »
I am fond of single malt scotch. I also like bourbon, on occasion.

Gin can be fun, but only once in a while, and usually as a martini.

I once drank a lot of vodka, but now not so much. I don't like tequila, unless it is mixed as in a margarhita.

I have had absinthe once. It was OK, but not something I would want to make a habit of.

I will try just about any drink at least once, though.  :D

That is how we got got started on lavender martinis in Seattle.

Dennis, you would get on well with Jan, who usually drinks Baileys and something.

Seattle was the exception, but that is a tale for another day.

HUGS,

Mark
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #17 on: February 09, 2012, 09:53:47 AM »
I don't like tequila, unless it is mixed as in a margarhita.


Odd. I thought I remembered ramming shots of tequila down your throat in La Zona Rosa. At least before you disappeared with that stripper.
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #18 on: February 09, 2012, 10:16:51 AM »
How on earth did we go from Labs & Blood work to BOOZE  ;D
« Last Edit: February 09, 2012, 10:29:51 AM by denb45 »
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Re: !
« Reply #19 on: February 09, 2012, 10:35:04 AM »
Zin is short for Zinfandel, and is a white wine, well, rather rose' ish. It is quite sweet and very gay. I liked it in my youth before my tastebuds had matured. ::)

HUGS,

Mark

My taste buds & my sex life has never matured, I'm still drinking Bud-Light and masturbating  ;D
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2012, 11:13:31 AM »
How on earth did we go from Labs & Blood work to BOOZE  ;D

Probably because booze and/or drugs led to us requiring Labs and Blood work.   :o  You don't mind the hijack anyways, you play well with others.  At least that's the rumor.

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Re: !
« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2012, 11:16:07 AM »
Zin is short for Zinfandel, and is a white wine, well, rather rose' ish. It is quite sweet and very gay. I liked it in my youth before my tastebuds had matured. ::)

HUGS,

Mark

The total shock and horror.  White zin is a gay drink?  No wonder my brothers don't like when I order it when I'm out with them.   ;)  I prefer Sutter Home White Zin, it is dryer and not as sweet.  I really gay it up as a spritzer with cranberry juice.  That way I can half twice as many with only half the alcohol.

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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2012, 11:17:28 AM »
Probably because booze and/or drugs led to us requiring Labs and Blood work.   :o  You don't mind the hijack anyways, you play well with others.  At least that's the rumor.

Wolfie

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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2012, 06:50:10 PM »
...
Basil Hayden or Prichard's Double Barrel would definitely not be -- in fact one would argue that a $65 bottle of whiskey should not be bastardized with vermouth and bitters (though, I too, love a Manhattan).


Basil Hayden.  Mmmmmmm.   I envision pouring myself a glass this weekend when it is nice and cool and rainy.

I would never use Basil in a Manhattan.  I love a Manhattan, too.  My Dad used to make them, but only at Christmas time.  However, in Seattle last August, I enjoyed several.

I do enjoy bitters.  Bitters and soda, anyone?   Campari?

Cheers!

Henry

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« Reply #24 on: February 09, 2012, 06:51:14 PM »
My taste buds & my sex life has never matured, I'm still drinking Bud-Light and masturbating  ;D

Now that is redneck.
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« Reply #25 on: February 09, 2012, 06:53:13 PM »
The total shock and horror.  White zin is a gay drink? 

Not necessarily.

Quote
I really gay it up as a spritzer with cranberry juice.

Now *that's* gay!
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« Reply #26 on: February 09, 2012, 07:40:07 PM »

I do enjoy bitters.  Bitters and soda, anyone?   Campari?


Mmmm negronis. Very Positano! (and very gay)

But yes, a Manhattan (to me at least) is a winter indulgence.
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« Reply #27 on: February 09, 2012, 09:57:13 PM »
Not necessarily.

Now *that's* gay!

As long as performed with an appropriate pinky lift....  I tried drinking purple vodka not too long ago, and there are pictures on FB to proove why I shouldn't.   :o 

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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #28 on: February 09, 2012, 11:05:26 PM »
Odd. I thought I remembered ramming shots of tequila down your throat in La Zona Rosa. At least before you disappeared with that stripper.

Yes, that's true. We did a number of shots of tequila.

I usually don't do shooters of tequila, but somehow the warm summer night in Mexico City, the extraordinary company I was keeping (that's you and the others Miss P.) and finding that staircase in the men's room really just set the stage and it seemed the thing to do.

I have fond memories of that stripper.  8)

HUGS,

Mark
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Re: Labs and Blood Work
« Reply #29 on: February 12, 2012, 07:54:34 AM »
I have made many cultural mistakes while living on Orkney, one off them was ordering a Campari/soda in the local.  The silence still haunts me.


Sadly my bod cannot take much alcohol now. Any Red wine is out , Good dry sparkling O.K. , G whisky/malts O.K. Ale out , Strong Larger in , cheap weak stuff out. Gin , Rum, out. Known vodka in.

Apart from the high price tag anyone see a pattern ?

And Dennis do you not suffer from statin bone/ muscle ache?

Its 12.50 lunch and I would love one very cold glass off champagne NOW.
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« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2012, 10:19:04 AM »

And Dennis do you not suffer from statin bone/ muscle ache?


I have all of the aches & pains as any other 55 yr old man would, but that doesn't stop me, you only live once, and I'm certainly not DEAD  ,at least not yet ;D
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« Reply #31 on: February 12, 2012, 03:20:52 PM »
So....Theyer....a campari and soda isnt a "manly" drink at the local?
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« Reply #32 on: February 12, 2012, 06:57:46 PM »

Blood pressure a little high  134/45  :-[ this was in the right arm, but they got this in the left arm 128/78  hum interesting huh?  ::)


The VA checks my blood pressure this way.  Their looking for a certain number (percentage) differential.

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« Reply #33 on: February 12, 2012, 08:54:15 PM »
Dennis,
You mentioned that you're on Tricor. Tricor can contribute to kidney problems. Several years ago I was on a regimen that included Viread (in Truvada) and Tricor for my high triglycerides. My kidney function was gradually declining. The reference range at my lab for serum creatinine was 0.7 - 1.25 mg/dL. Mine got to be around 1.6.

I went to a nephrologist (kidney specialist). First he took me off the Viread, which helped a bit, but not enough. Then he took me off Tricor, and shortly after that, my kidney function returned to a somewhat high, but "normal" level. As of three weeks ago, my creatinine was 1.17 mg/dL.

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