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Author Topic: NATURAL TREATMENT  (Read 2309 times)

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Offline i_am_scared

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« on: January 15, 2007, 03:13:03 AM »
Hi guys,

Things have settled a lot with me over the last few days. It was a shock finding out about my partner testing POZ. I still need to get tested, finger cross I am OK.

My partner and I have spoken a lot about treatment options. It is still early days and we are waiting for second round of blood test to come back. We have our first appointment with the doctor on January 30th. This doctor is one of the best in Toronto.

My partner isn't too keen to start HIV meds due to the high rate of side effects. We are looking at a natural approach. Again, it's early days. We still do not know what his counts are or if he will need meds. I am keeping our options open.

Are any members out there using the natural approach. If so, what therapies are you using? LTNP what are your secrets :) to living healthy and drug free?

My partner has started to do a detox of his whole system. He has started taking vitamins and herbs which help build the immune system. He has started an exercise program and is keen to start taking up a more active life. Healthy eating, more veggies and fruit which are high in antioxidants and lots of rest. The exciting things is, I get to do all the above with him.

Any thoughts or advice regarding drug free treatment of HIV.

Thanks guys

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