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Author Topic: My 1st Days on Stribild, and the results are...........  (Read 1133 times)

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Offline exfighterpilot

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My 1st Days on Stribild, and the results are...........
« on: February 14, 2014, 10:26:21 PM »
First 30 days on Stribild, after being diagnosed for a year and on no meds..

January 10, 2013
CD4    414
VL      33,000

February 12, 2013
CD4    519
VL      9,015

I take my meds at the same time each evening(+/- 1 hour), with a meal

Only side effects was 2 minor bouts of diarrhea, and heck, that could of been from changing my juice regimen, or some food.

Feel great and looking forward to an UD VL load soon.

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Re: My 1st Days on Stribild, and the results are...........
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2014, 10:31:59 PM »
Congratulations on the good numbers . I bet you will be undetectable in a week or two at most . There is a real peace of mind when you start meds and see the good numbers start to come in, that's when it hits you that I'm going to be ok . 

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Re: My 1st 30 Days on Stribild, and the results are...........
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2014, 10:14:13 AM »
Thanks Jeff
I must admit, my absolute ignorance of HIV and meds, when I was first diagnosed with HIV, still bothers me. But, better late than never.

That being said, when I told my doctor I was ready for meds, my whole outlook towards my health and HIV changed.


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