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Author Topic: Cells around 390. Skins problems appear. To start or not to start?  (Read 27482 times)

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Offline buffaloboy

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Re: Cells around 390. Skins problems appear. To start or not to start?
« Reply #100 on: April 07, 2010, 04:48:56 pm »
Did you not post the following back in January:

"I've been hospitalised by pneumonia once for a week in 2008, and had subsequent bouts of it ever since, my last CD4 count was 84, I suffer with depression, and have been signed off from lookiing for work (I was not working at the time) until April by my doctor as he considered me to ill to work."

Either you forgot what you posted or you weren't telling the truth.

I won't respond to you anymore.


I said my 'current' state of health.

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Re: Cells around 390. Skins problems appear. To start or not to start?
« Reply #101 on: April 07, 2010, 05:15:43 pm »
As this thread has degenerated into nothing more than an argument - complete with several members pushing the envelope regarding thinly-veiled personal attacks - I'm just going to lock the darn thing. I don't feel like babysitting tonight and I absolutely do not have the energy to dig through and warn each and every member involved.  I just had an emergency tooth extraction today, the dentist was very rough and I feel like shit. Sorry.
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