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Author Topic: anewstrt introduction thread  (Read 728 times)

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Offline anewstrt

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anewstrt introduction thread
« on: October 20, 2018, 12:20:35 pm »
Thank you.  Positive 8 yrs, 7.5 undetectible.
Triumeq with no intolerance.
Last labs 6/18
CD4 1648 (crazy high, I know)
BP and cholesterol a little high
No other abnormalties

I have been on/had a roller coaster of opportunistic infections since obtaining this gift, though none in past 10 months luckily.  This has truly kicked my ass around but I shouldn't complain I know.

Offline anewstrt

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Re: anewstrt introduction thread
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2018, 12:41:02 pm »
And yes that was very daunting, ugg.

Offline MadDog125

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Re: anewstrt introduction thread
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2018, 12:56:53 pm »
Serosorting? New term to get accustomed to I suppose.  Forget a dating app I'd settle for advice on how to convince the un infected not to look at you like a leper.
DX 28DEC17, cd4 112, VC 63000
13FEB18, cd4 215, VC 156
14MAY18, cd4 260, VC 31
23AUG18, cd4 298, VC 61
03OCT18, cd4 300, VC 35
21NOV18, cd4 259, VC <20
18JAN19, cd4 284, VC 24
17APR19, cd4 157, VC <20
24MAY19, cd4 340, VC <20

Offline Grendal

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Re: anewstrt introduction thread
« Reply #3 on: October 27, 2018, 10:48:49 am »
Sounds like you’re pretty healthy now, Triumeq is great if you can take it. What do you do to stay healthy?



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