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Offline jeju

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Hello
« on: May 20, 2022, 01:13:43 pm »
Hello, I agree with you from Turkey, I have been living positively for 3 years and continue my treatment with biktarvy. My English is not very good, so I apologize if I write a wrong word. I became a member to follow new developments about HIV and the treatment information you applied. Thank you for accepting me as a member.
If I'm not dead there's a reason

Offline Tonny2

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Re: Hello
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2022, 08:52:42 pm »



        ojo.        Hi Jejeje, welcome to the forum. How about if you tell us more about you, you said you’ve been living positively for the last three years and you are taking biktarvy, how about your cd4 and cv levels?. How difficult It was for you to deal with the dx…again, welcome to the forum, you will find helpful info and with your story, may help other members…hugs


Ps don’t worry about your English, mine is worse. I speak Spanish.

Offline jeju

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Re: Hello
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2022, 04:22:07 pm »
ojo.        Hi Jejeje, welcome to the forum. How about if you tell us more about you, you said you’ve been living positively for the last three years and you are taking biktarvy, how about your cd4 and cv levels?. How difficult It was for you to deal with the dx…again, welcome to the forum, you will find helpful info and with your story, may help other members…hugs
Ps don’t worry about your English, mine is worse. I speak Spanish.
@Tony2  Hi my cd4 level was once up to 800, now it's around 600, sometimes it goes down and sometimes it goes up. My psychology collapsed when I was first diagnosed, but I recovered quickly. My doctors here are very good, I act like I don't have HIV in my life, I feel that way. I do not have any problems other than the problem of fat in the waist area. I try to keep my weight problem under control by exercising regularly.
If I'm not dead there's a reason

 


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