|crixivan belly and increased breast size,fed up!
Apr 28, 1999
For 2 years I have had to tolerate my pregnant looking stomach, that I can't stand to look at anymore. My breast went from a 36B to a 38DD, now this is to much.My doctor said that it was benifial for me to continue PI's and so I did for a year longer, my stomach grew more and more and my legs and arms got thinner and thinner. Well I know it sounds classic, I stopped all meds in DEC 1998 and it is April of 99,My counts got worse and worse on meds so we chose to stop and see what happens and they got much better and i feel better, but my stomach keeps growing and my breast stopped and my legs got back to normal. I walk 3 miles a day and do weight training and do 50 sit ups a day. What else can I do? I watch what I eat and take several herbs & vitamins. Please help someone who is fed up and is asking for help. Anna from Mi
Response from Dr. Fisher
Let me get this straight...your counts got worse on treatment, better when you stopped? Your fat accumulation also got worse after stopping treatment?? Some people believe that these problems are related to HIV with or without treatment...though most of us believe that treatment (especially with PI's) makes this worse. Unfortunately we do not have definite answers for your questions. You might be a candidate for anabolic therapy to reduce fat and improve lean body mass. I would definitely continue to exercise and eat a low-fat diet. I would also re-evaluate your non-treatment decision. Alvan Fisher, M.D.
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