body shape wont change-help!
Oct 5, 2011
hello, please can you help me as im desperite. I am on atripla once daily. before i was diagnosed with hiv i could gain muscle and definition in my body. I worked out 3 days a week and ate all the right foods. now that i am on atripla my body wont respond in gaining muscle or definition. I have spoken to my consultant who can checked thyroid function,testoserone levels,cd4/viral,liver function which have all come back as normal. I have wrote to Nelson before on this and he said to up my creatine levels. I have done this and still nothing. I feel like i have the body of a 14 year old boy. Im desperite for help..my consultant makes out i should accept this and be happy im alive. Its really getting me down. I dont smoke, i dont do drugs and i dont drink alchole. I enjoy fitness but im not reeping any of the physical benefits. Im considering buying steroids over the internet as a last resort. I am based in dublin, Ireland and it seems the medical mentality is somewhat behind on americas. I reckon the issues is due to the sustiva in my atripla which si preventing me from gaining muscle. I do not wish to change my meds as the once daily suits me. Pls pls pls can you give me advice as im desperite. I see Jack McEnroth and other people on this site looking so well it gets me down that i have to stay skinny like a boy. Thanks, G
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