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Author Topic: Efectos con el tratamiento  (Read 6046 times)

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Offline morpheus-vzla

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Efectos con el tratamiento
« on: October 31, 2010, 07:40:55 PM »
Hola amigos... saludo desde venezuela, gracias por ser tan amables con todos nosotros. Es reconfortante saber que está alguien profesional para ayudarnos. Felicidades!

Tengo 34 años, recientemente diagnosticado de vih+ hace dos meses mis cd4 198 y CV 9,020 ... tengo un mes que empecé mi terapia, tomando Efavir(Efavirenz) + Duovir(Zidovudina+Lamivudina) a la semana tuve que parar porque el efavir me causaba fuertes efectos secundarios, dos semanas despues mi doctor me cambio mi terapia por Duovir(Zidovudina+Lamivudina) + Norvir(ritonavir) + Telzir(fosamprenavir) pero hace cerca de diez dias observe que me empezaron a salir pequeñas manchas rojas/rosas en los brazos, piernas y espalda, no me duelen ni me arden ni nada, llevan tres dias y no se desaparecen sino que se multiplican, sera alguna reacción alérgica o intoxicacion a algun medicamento?

Estoy muy angustiado ya que este es mi segunda terapia que cambian ! Gracias de antemano

PD: muestro algunas fotos de los puntos o manchas rojas/rosa en partes del cuerpo.





Offline Inchlingblue

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Re: Efectos con el tratamiento
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2010, 10:41:04 AM »
Este foro es en Ingles, hay otro foro aqui llamado "Vivir Con El VIH" que es en Español. Tambien puedes preguntarle al Doctor Natterstad en el link abajo.

Es posible que se alivie las manchas dentro de poco tiempo pero no te puedo decir con seguridad. Es común tener erupciones en la piel despues de empezar algunos medicamentos y casi siempre se mejora sin tener que hacer nada. Se lo has enseñado a tu medico?



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