Aug 14, 2004
hi i have been poz for 4 years after i foun out got treatment, sus/conv then desided to change after 3 years to trix/viraed. i am doing ok, but i was very depress and got suciadal behavior, i overdose with trixavir and few sleeping pills, took about7 trix-pills and went to sleep got up the next day and was just fine, anyhow a week later started having cronic pain in my lower back and developed fat around my love handells.. i deside to stop@ treatment for a month with my doctor but did not told him about my suisidal insident. i am on the road in tour as a performer, and traveling constantlly, my healt is ok and dont have serious effect but fisical and mental stress!! i have been back on my meds for about a month1/2 and notice the wired fatt arround mu love hadells and the skin i the back of my entire back is very flaby. my question is, could i have an cronic reaction to the trix or is normal sideeffect of viraed? also my real question is What i did to my self when i overdose about 4 months ago? thank; very self absorbed guy!!
| Response from Mr. Vergel
You need to get your depression treated right away. Talk to your doctor about your mental situation. There are many good medications that may help you stabilize your emotions.
I doubt that your body problems are due to the Trizivir+Viread combo. Try to exercise; that will help your body and your mind. But most importantly, talk to your doctor ASAP about your depression!
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