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Author Topic: 1,000 days with HIV  (Read 594 times)

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Offline NY2011

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1,000 days with HIV
« on: July 19, 2014, 04:41:58 PM »
Sunday, July 27th will be the 1,000th day of living with an HIV diagnosis.  In all, I have to say that things are great.  My health and my state of being is excellent.  My career is exactly where I want it to be.  My friends are wonderful.  My boyfriend is such a great guy, and I probably would never have met him if things were different.  We plan to spend a lighthearted day together on the 27th, doing the things that bring us joy; either a day at the beach, or going hiking, with an excellent dinner at a local place with a great bottle of wine, maybe a movie after that, or a walk in the park, and then early to bed.  I've grown a lot since the first few days and months of the diagnosis, and I hope that someone newly diagnosed is able to draw inspiration from this post. With effort, life is likely to get back on track after the shock wears off.  Be well.
10/26/2011 - SEROCONVERSION (hi fever+rash)
10/31/2011 - CD4= 154  VL>500,000 
10/31/2011 - started on Truvada+Prezista+Norvir
12/14/2011 - CD4= 750 VL=6412 (45%)
01/27/2012 - switched to Atripla
04/23/2012 - CD4=1,221 VL= 140  (47%)
06/22/2012 - CD4=1,224 VL= ud    (49%)
12/18/2012 - CD4=1,031 VL= ud    (51%)
09/16/2013 - CD4=1,151 VL= ud   ( 49%)
03/26/2014 - CD4=1,050 VL= ud
11/25/2014 - CD4=1,335 VL= ud

Offline tednlou2

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Re: 1,000 days with HIV
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2014, 01:21:11 AM »
Great to hear things are going so well.  All the best for another great 1,000. 

Offline NY2011

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Re: 1,000 days with HIV
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2014, 12:29:33 AM »
Thank you  :)
I should also mention that reading the posts on here helped me cope with a lot.
10/26/2011 - SEROCONVERSION (hi fever+rash)
10/31/2011 - CD4= 154  VL>500,000 
10/31/2011 - started on Truvada+Prezista+Norvir
12/14/2011 - CD4= 750 VL=6412 (45%)
01/27/2012 - switched to Atripla
04/23/2012 - CD4=1,221 VL= 140  (47%)
06/22/2012 - CD4=1,224 VL= ud    (49%)
12/18/2012 - CD4=1,031 VL= ud    (51%)
09/16/2013 - CD4=1,151 VL= ud   ( 49%)
03/26/2014 - CD4=1,050 VL= ud
11/25/2014 - CD4=1,335 VL= ud

Offline Tonny2

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Re: 1,000 days with HIV
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2014, 03:52:20 PM »
Thank you  :)
I should also mention that reading the posts on here helped me cope with a lot.

   ojo   I wonder how many days I've been infected, hmmm can you help me out, November 28 will be 20 years...I'm glad you are doing great and your life is as you've planned, you are right, life goes on after the shock of a HIV dx...good luck and have a great celebration!!!    ojo

 


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