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Author Topic: Received Med's Regimen  (Read 2911 times)

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Offline 1228GUY

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Received Med's Regimen
« on: February 16, 2010, 07:35:52 pm »
Received my medication today.  I tested positive in December 29 2009, Received Numbers a week ago.  TCells 172 VL 30K.  Took a week to get the genotype, came back resistant to Atripla.  Have been put on Norvir, Reyataz and Truvada.  It feels like there is some closure to all of the number of initial appointments and it now feels like I can begin to take care of myself and resume life again!!
12.28.09 - Rcvd call I should test
12.29.09 - Confirmed
01.19.10 - VL 30015  CD4 172
03.18.10 - VL 1627    CD4 193
04.15.10 - VL 965      CD4 248
07.09.10 - VL 227      CD4 233 (19%)
08.12.10 - VL 99        CD4 280 (18%)
12.03.19 - VL 79        CD4 262 (21%)
02.09.11 - VL 90        CD4 376 (19%)
05.20.11 - VL 106      CD4 196 (25%)
06.23.11 - VL 82        CD4 289
08.05.11 - VL UD       CD4 286
11.04.11 - VL 54        CD4 305
03.02.12 - VL UD       CD4 523
04.30.12 - VL 74
08.12.12 - VL 153      CD4 353
11.15.12 - VL 43        CD4 443
01.11.13 - VL 39       
03.29.12 - VL UD        CD4 640
Truvada.Norvir.Prezista - Serostim HGH

Offline aztecan

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Re: Received Med's Regimen
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2010, 10:35:58 pm »
Hey Guy,

I have taken all of the meds you are starting. I found them to be pretty easy to take and they really pack a punch in fighting the virus.

I think you will be pleased with the regimen and pleased with the fact you are now doing what you can to control the virus, rather than the other way around.

Keep us posted on how things go.


"May your life preach more loudly than your lips."
~ William Ellery Channing (Unitarian Minister)

Offline mecch

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Re: Received Med's Regimen
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2010, 10:51:41 pm »
godspeed to viral death
“From each, according to his ability; to each, according to his need” 1875 K Marx

Offline alliance

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  • hmmmm. . .
Re: Received Med's Regimen
« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2010, 12:49:29 am »
I'm glad things are moving along for you, Guy. It feels good to have some sort of control over the issue, and really start fighting back, doesn't it?
"The influence of each human being on others in this life is a kind of immortality."
10/10/12   CD4=378  %=32   VL=UD
5/10/12     CD4=426  %=32  VL=UD
11/15/11   CD4=296  %=29  VL=UD(20)
6/15/11     CD4=345  %=29  VL=UD(38)
3/15/11     CD4=317  %=31  VL=UD
12/1/10     CD4=315  %=28  VL=UD
8/11/10     CD4=250  %=25  VL=UD
6/10/10     CD4=380  %=24  VL=UD
3/4/10       CD4=340  %=22   VL=UD
1/11/10     CD4=312  %=22   VL =130
11/30/09   CD4=228  %=19  VL=1726
11/20/09    started atripla
10/15/09   CD4=281  %=18   VL=85,000


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