Oct 24, 2001
You are right about inverting the numbers of my anemia. My doc does say that I am at normal for a 51 year old now. I am on combivir so that accounts for the AZT.
You are also right that I am giving myself the Procrit once a week shot subcue.
Thank you for the information.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Thanks for your follow-up note. Many folks don't even realize that AZT is a component of Combivir. Most likely, this is contributing to your anemia problem. Congratulations on your success with Procrit. The once-per-week subcutaneous injection dosing schedule is indeed convenient and as you can see, highly successful.
I wish you the very best of health and happiness for your next 51 years.
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