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Author Topic: Six Months...  (Read 753 times)

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Offline TexasDragon

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Six Months...
« on: May 19, 2019, 09:07:35 pm »
You can tell by the information in my signature line that it has been six months.

Other than taking a pill everyday that I did not take before, not much has changed. A few doctors appointments and blood draws, but thatís about it.

I feel fine. Still ride my bike all the time.

I realize Iím lucky in getting an early diagnosis and promptly starting meds and am very thankful for that.

And I remain very thankful for this site and all of you here.
Exposure 10-04-2018
Dx 11-08-2018
1st Appt 11-15-2018
11-15-2018 Blood Draw - CD4 468 11% VL 316,000
2nd Appt 12-04-2018 - Hep A and B Vaccines
Start of Biktarvy 12-14-2018
3rd Appt 01-15-2019 - All Good - 2nd Hep B Vaccine
01-16-2019 Blood Draw - CD4 934 28% VL 98
4th Appt 04-16-2019 - All Good - Final Hep B Vaccine
04-16-2019 Blood Draw - CD4 873 30% VL <20
01-13-2020 Blood Draw - CD4 1064 34% VL <20

Offline Pirata

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Re: Six Months...
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2019, 06:18:26 am »
Glad to hear it, I am about to be 3 months into my treatment and I feel the same way, I had to add one pill to the vitamins I take every day, so thanks God and science.

 


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