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Author Topic: ABANDONO DE TRATAMIENTO DURANTE 2 AŅOS  (Read 1190 times)

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Offline carlosgar

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ABANDONO DE TRATAMIENTO DURANTE 2 AŅOS
« on: September 14, 2018, 03:28:29 pm »
Hola muy buenas tardes, desde hace aņos sigo este foro, cuando un familiar se puso grave, y le dieron el diagnostico (hace 4 aņos), le dieron el diagnostico, buscando ayuda por internet me encontre con esta gran pagina, tenia mucho sin abrir un nuevo tema. bueno les explico la situacion:

el fue diagnosticado hace 4 aņos, y medicado inmediatamente bajo un regimen de Atripla, estuvo 2 aņos en tratamiento, el cual le habia funcionado perfectamente a los 2 meses de tomarlo estaba indetectable y sus cd4 de estar en 8 subieron a mas de 400, se mantuvo estable, hasta que por una oportunidad de trabajo se fue fuera de la ciudad, hace 2 aņos, al parecer dejo todo tratamiento.

Finales de Julio 2018 entro al hospital con sintomas de no poder respirar, y se le detecto una neumonia, estuvo medicado y alas semana y media salio del hospital, dado de alta, se le hicieron analisis de sangre y pues su carga viral era de 5,200,000 copias del virusl y CD4 =34, inicia tratamiento de atripla

a las dos semanas ingresa de nuevo, ahora por una anemia severa, 3 de hemoglobina, se le realizaron transfusiones, y lograron estabilizarlo en una semana alcanzo 9 de hemoglobina, se le hicieorn chequeos medicos, una endoscopia en tracto digestivo, se le encuentran algun tipo de ulceracion, sospecha de sarcoma, s ele hizo biopsia para ver si era sarcoma, dando negativo, ahorita se le hara otra biopsia, porque los medicos no estan seguros si se tomo muestreo correcto.

Se le sdio de alta hace una semana, al regresar a casa continuaba con fiebres altas, se le ingresa ahora al hospital, regreso la neumonia y la hemoglobina esta bajando a 7, se sospecha sobre algun virus o bacteria alojado en la medula osea.
los ultimos resultados de carga viral relaizados hace 2 semanas son CV=300 CD4=50.

sabemos que pues es muy muy muy lamentable que halla dejado su tratamiento, nos lo han dicho y le han reprochado los medicos, le han dicho que se va amorir por haber dejado el tratamiento, pero bueno sea su razon que sea, lo hecho hecho esta, ahorita pues quisiera saber si alguien puede orientarnos, expectativas de recuperacion, alguna ayuda al menos de saber que esperar, saludos se los agradeceria mucho

Offline carlosgar

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Re: ABANDONO DE TRATAMIENTO DURANTE 2 AŅOS
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2018, 04:13:20 pm »
creoq ue estoy ene l foro incorrecto si lo pueden mover se los agradeceria

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Re: ABANDONO DE TRATAMIENTO DURANTE 2 AŅOS
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2018, 07:10:29 pm »
My Spanish reading is limited to work related but I think I get the picture, do forgive me if I misunderstood some details.

So i think this section "someone I care about" is perfect as its about your friend who is living with HIV

Really sorry to hear about the recent illness and hospital stay, and I hope he can overcome the pneumonia?

Recovering from this I understand is not an easy path ahead and since he has had this twice in such short time it does take a lot out of a person. Time and care is what he needs on top of meds

Really sorry to hear he stopped taking his HIV meds for 2 years leading to the recent problems and hopefully he will recover and, stick to his HIV treatment from now onwards.

Sounds like he is lucky to have you as a friend and, don't forget to look after yourself during this time mentally, emotionally and physically whilst caring for him.

Take care

Jim
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Re: ABANDONO DE TRATAMIENTO DURANTE 2 AŅOS
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2018, 07:16:14 pm »
P.S

I'm sure Tony and some of the other Spanish speakers will be along soon to offer insights and wisdom in Spanish.

Jin
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