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Author Topic: hello, guys. i have problem. pleas have a look at here.  (Read 2885 times)

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hello, guys. i have problem. pleas have a look at here.
« on: March 27, 2007, 01:35:57 PM »
hello, guys.
i have a question. so here is the tihing.
i have been tested HIV+ in Jan. and since last Dec, i haven't had sex any more. but before a few days i have seen that there were quite many red little speckle on my skin. so i went to see my doctor today. and he said the symptome on my skin could be a symptom of syphilis. then he took my blood to test it. now i must wait for the results. but my last test in Jan showed that i didn't have syphilis.

so my question is: is it possible, that i really have syphilis?  4 months no sex, and no syphilis according to the result of last test. is it possible, that i have syphilis now?  i feel not so good now.  :( please help me!
« Last Edit: March 27, 2007, 01:41:02 PM by Ivan »
sep.2006  HIV+ diagnosed
feb. 2007  cd4 638  VL 10130
may. 2007 cd4 530  VL  4832
sep. 2007  cd4 430  VL 10482
dec.2007   cd4 503  VL 18356
Jul. 2008   cd4 608   VL  9683
oct. 2008  cd4 630   VL  10368
jan. 2009  cd4 558    VL 50243 (because i have had a fult in spain)
Nov.2010 cd4 418  VL 28597 (still not on Therapy, but need to begin)
Dec. 2010 Therapy with Atripla began


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