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Author Topic: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment  (Read 342 times)

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Online Jim Allen

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Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« on: May 04, 2019, 09:25:10 pm »
Kirtro777:

mi pareja le hizieron la carga viral y salio con 7200 copias, cd4 = 328, le resetaron atripla la empieza esta semana, es bueno ese medicamento? Tiene muchos efectos secundario?  Esto me lo puede responder cualquiera que se haya tratado con esto, esta bien sus cd4 verdad? Se le aumentaran rapido?



my partner did the viral load and left with 7200 copies, cd4 = 328. Treatment Atripla will begin this week, it is good that drug? Does it have many side effects? This can be answered by anyone who has dealt with this, is your CD4 right? Will it increase quickly?
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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2019, 09:29:40 pm »
@Kirtro777

I've quoted part of your post to this section "someone I care about" as its regarding your partner. Here you are free to ask any questions you might have about your partner like caring & supporting them etc etc

if your future posts are about your own health concerns, so exposures & testing etc than keep them within your thread located in the "Estoy infectado?" section.
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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2019, 10:25:16 pm »


       ojo.      @kirtro777...bienvenido al foro... Tú pareja estará bien... ATRIPLA es un buen medicamento, todos reaccionamos diferente a los medicamentos así que solo tiene que tomarlo y saber cómo lo recibe su organismo. Si aparecen efectos secundarios, desaparecerán en cuanto su cuerpo se adapte al medicamento... Yo solo tuve tres o cuatro noches de sueños muy reales, eso fue todo... Se sugiere que para reducir los efectos secundarios, se debe de tomar con el estómago vacío al acostarse... Yo tengo un amigo que lo toma y no sintió nada y ahora él se toma su ATRIPLA recién se despierta y luego de va a correr... Mucha suerte y porfa déjanos saber cómo le va a tu pareja...disciplina en la toma de medicamento y una buena actitud, es la clave para el éxito del tratamiento, de esta manera, el tratamiento controlará al virus para que tú y tu pareja, tomen control de sus vidas nuevamente...saludos

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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2019, 11:39:32 pm »
Somos de El Salvador, al siguiente dia que empieze a tomarla posteo que tal le fue y sus efectos, espero que ninguno.

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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #4 on: May 06, 2019, 09:40:55 pm »
Despues del primer día de tomar atripla mi pareja los resultados fueron:

Por la noche al tomarla y estar despierto una hora y despues dormir no sintió ningún sintoma, durmio sin ningún sueño raro.

Al dia siguiente se levantó con ganas de vomitar y mareos, persistieron casi todo el día pero cada ves a menos, y hormigueo en los pie.

Espero sea menos cada día.

Gracias por leerme.

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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #5 on: May 06, 2019, 10:35:16 pm »


      ojo.      Hola...dile a tu pareja que coma galletas saladas para las náuseas...que le dé tiempo al cuerpo para que se acostumbré al medicamento, ya verás que se sentirá mejor al paso de los días,..suerte

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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2019, 05:40:05 pm »
Este dia vomitó por la mañana, mareos mas fuertes, y leves dolores de cabeza, sintomas normales o es resistente al medicamento?

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Re: Kirito777 - Partner starting treatment
« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2019, 06:06:25 pm »
Sorry to hear that. When & how is he taking the meds?

Se recomienda tomar Atripla con el estómago vacío, preferentemente al acostarse.

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dile a tu pareja que coma galletas saladas para las náuseas.

Si. Comer galletas durante la mañana / día
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