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Author Topic: ¿En cuánto tiempo tardará mi carga viral en volver a elevarse?  (Read 1631 times)

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Offline dark_oaxboy

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Soy un chico O+ con una carga viral in detectable y un CD4 de 820, hasta el momento no he tenido ningún tipo de problema de salud, pero en el mes de agosto tendré que viajar al extranjero a Francia por 7 meses y no sé si en Francia podré obtener los medicamentos de manera gratuita ya que los costos están muy caros al rededor de 800 euros, y en México solo me pueden proporcionar medicamentos por dos meses; entonces si me viera obligado a suspender mi tratamiento por los 5 meses restantes....no sé que tanto el virus se replique en ese tiempo, no sé que tan mal pueda llegar a estar...entonces si alguien sabe algo al respecto se lo agradecería infinitamente o sobre algún tipo de organización en Francia que ayude a extranjeros.


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Re: ¿En cuánto tiempo tardará mi carga viral en volver a elevarse?
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2012, 09:15:34 AM »
Hi Dark Oaxboy, welcome to the forums.

You might try the database at aidsmap.com. I entered "France" and got 179 results. You may want to further refine the search by entering the city to which you will be closest.

Good luck!

Hola la Dark Oaxboy, bienvenido a los foros.

Usted quizás pruebe el base de datos en aidsmap.com. Entré "Francia" y conseguí 179 resultados. Puede querer refinar aún más la búsqueda entrando la ciudad a que usted será más cercano.

¡Buena suerte!


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Re: ¿En cuánto tiempo tardará mi carga viral en volver a elevarse?
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2012, 01:06:42 PM »
Hola Dark.

Si vas a Francia con una visa, no deberías tener problemas en conseguir una cobertura medical con el sistema público, que es muy bueno. 

En el caso que trabajes, tu empleador tiene la obligación de afiliarte a la "Securité Sociale", en este caso, tendrás para VIH una cobertura de salud del 100% incluyendo el acceso a tratamientos (a confirmar, pero no creo estar equivocado).

En el caso que no trabajes o que tengas muy bajos ingresos (o estudiante), existe lo que se llama la CMU, "couverture medical universelle", que te da los mismos beneficio que la afiliación como trabajador.

Puedes averiguar poniendo CMU france, en google.

Sin visa, no puedes tener acceso a estos beneficios y la situación se complica.  Te recomandaría de no dejar tu tratamiento, inclusivo durante un periodo tan largo.  No sé cual es la razón de este viaje, pero debes pensar que mantener el tratamiendo debe ser prioritario si quieres mantener un buen estado de salud al largo plazo.  Lo otro es conseguir una reserva de medicamientos antes de salir, escuché que había como conseguir a buenos precios en América Central, pero no sé como...

En Francia, existe toda una serie de asociaciones y una red social interesante que te puede dar información y deberías buscar al respecto, la verdad no sé nada al respecto.  Dudo que en Francia se deje a alguién sin tratamiento cual sea su status migratorio, pero hay que tener cuidado si pienses en viajar sin visa ya que sí, se ha procedido a la deportación de personas en el pasado independiente de su estado de salud.


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Hello Dark.

 If you go to France with a visa, you should have no trouble getting medical coverage with the public system, which is very good.

 If you work, your employer is required to affiliate to the "Sécurité Sociale" in this case, HIV will have health coverage of 100% including access to treatment (to be confirmed, but I may be wrong).

 If you do not work or have very low income (or student), there is what is called the CMU, "couverture universelle medical" which gives you the same benefits that membership as a worker.

 You can find france putting CMU, on google.

 No visa, you can not access these benefits and the situation is complicated. Recomandaría you not to leave your treatment, inclusive, during such a long period. I do not know which is the reason for this trip, but you keep thinking that should be a priority tratamiendo if you want to maintain good health in the long term. The other thing is to get a reservation of Medicines before leaving, I heard there was like getting good prices in Central America, but do not know how ...

 In France, there are a number of associations and social networks that can give you interesting information and you should look about it, really do not know anything about it. I doubt that someone leave France without treatment regardless of their immigration status, but be careful if you think of traveling without a visa and yes, we have proceeded to the deportation of people in the past regardless of their health status.

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Jun 2011: CD4: 504  VL: 176.000
Dic 2011: CD4: 714  VL: 95.000
May 2012: CD4: 395 VL: 67.000
Jun 2012: CD4: 367
Agu 2012: Starting Emtricitabine 200 mg / Tenofovir 300 mg and Efavirenz 600 mg (2 pills) different brands or VIRADAY/ATRIPLA/Mylan....
Sep 2012: VL: 138
Dic 2012: CD4: 708 VL: <34  %CD4: 32%
Jan 2013: CD4: 707 VL: <20
May 2013: CD4: 945 VL: <34 %CD4: 33%
Agu 2013: CD4: 636 VL: <34 %CD4: 50%
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