|nutrition for person just starting treatment
Sep 3, 2003
dr nelson yergl
iam from indiaand from a small town where no specialist doctors avaliable . hence this lenthy question .
iam42years male and tested positive with cd4 as413 and vl as130000. thetests were done 20 days back .my doctor put me on following meds.
lamivirs40 daily twice . virang600mg daily once. tab serenace .25mg daily twice. caps adliv forte daily thrice.
doctor what is this treatment is called.
istopped smoking and started daily morning walk for 30 minutes .
iam taking normal diet with fruit juices now added daily twice. doctor the steps being taken by me ok or ami to take any other steps to maintain good health . of course i keep taking medicines as per my doctor advise .
since no oters doctors sare avaliable
in my small place iam almostd
dependeing on the various
forums of the BODY. AND HELPING ME ALOT
IWILL look for your reply .
hope you understood my english.
thanks and bye
| Response from Mr. Vergel
It is difficult to understand what you are taking but I am assuming you are taking Viread with Epivir with something else that I could not understand. Please look at your bottles and resend the email with the correct names.
Just try to eat 3-6 small meals a day with lean meats, nuts, vegetables, fruits, olive oil, wild rice, multi grain bread, oatmeal, eggs, low fat cheese, and avoid fried foods, fast greasy food, heavy sweets, too much alcohol (over two drinks a day), and do not smoke. Get enough rest and exercise at least 3 times a week for an hour. Let me know a little more about your situation, OK? Nelson
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