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Author Topic: first results after a week of treatment on prezista intelence norvir and truvada  (Read 666 times)

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Offline nomatterhow

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Hi everybody ,

I just got tested last week and my results are as follows : cd4 : 271 ,  vl : 4000  , 4/8 percentage : 16

one week before start of treatment it was cd4 : 110 , vl : 80000 and percentage : 11


my doc thinks this is a success and told me to stop bactrim which gives rush !


I didnt know this is gonna be this easy as I had almost no side effects ( I go MUCH more often to the toilet tho ) ...  I feel very grateful and thank you all :-)


ps: btw , how can i add one of those charts to my profile ;) ?

Offline leatherman

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ps: btw , how can i add one of those charts to my profile ;) ?
personally I would have waited one more test before dropping the bactrim; but then again I was on it for 10 yrs before I could drop it, so I waited 4-6 extra tests (about 4 months) that year to make sure I really was staying above 200. Having had the horrible PCP, I was willing to deal with any side effects to not go to the hospital with THAT again. Almost dying is really just no fun at all. ;) :D

as to the chart, I graph mine out here at aidsmeds (http://www.aidsmeds.com/graphs/). Then take a screen shot, crop it, shrink it, upload to photobucket.com and then include it in my signature line. Holler if you any help with understanding/doing that and I'll try to help out  ;)
leatherman (aka mIkIE)


chart from 1992-2013; updated 2/09/13  Reyataz/Norvir/Truvada

 


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