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Author Topic: New meds, latest labs, coming up one year.  (Read 834 times)

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Offline lincoln6echo

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New meds, latest labs, coming up one year.
« on: July 02, 2013, 04:35:36 PM »
I switched to Kivexa and Issentress from Truvada/Maraviroc 3 weeks ago and what a difference.

Went from feeling like I was packing around a 100lb bag of rocks all day to more energy and CD4's from 600s to now 1080. Vl from 178 (which stayed there for 3 mo's) to 61.


Couldn't be more encouraged.

It's been almost a year since finding out. Crazy what kinds of things can change in such a relatively short time.

Offline vertigo

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Re: New meds, latest labs, coming up one year.
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2013, 02:34:05 AM »
Congrats!  Very encouraging labs and great that you're feeling well!  I'm sure this will help you continue to adapt to the "new normal" in your life.


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