|Should I changer meds - how am I doing?
Sep 7, 1999
These are my stats. I started taking compivar, varaimune, and viracept in Feb of 98. (Excuse spelling)
T cell v - load Nov 97 60 1,000,000 Feb 98 60 Over 1,000,000 Apr 98 89 400,000 Jul 98 110 200,000 Sep 98 138 100,000 Nov 98 170 15,000 Jan 99 205 7,000 Mar 99 339 11,000 Jul 99 272 14,000
First questions is should I change meds?
Second question is how am I doing in relation to other in simular therapy?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
I think it's time to change meds. I think you had a great response, but with that consistent viral load and your T cells appearing to drop, you have probably developed resistance to some or all of the drugs in your regimen. MH
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