|My concerns, about my BF.
Feb 24, 2003
Hello expert. My boyfriend is policeman (in Amsterdam, Neth. where we live.) Hes hiv-2 pos. (hiv-1 neg.) He can succesfully doing his job, but had to do his "coopertest" (running, running, running) and doesnt seem to succeed in it. Im afraid this fysical- and now also, his emotional frustration will damage him. My boyfriend is an "ironeater" (persistant motivated for the target), will go on and on, but I think... enough is enough, because he comes home sometimes totally exhausted for couple of hours. His hiv-doc does not have a clear reaction about this. WHAT IS WISHDOM? Here is some background info. -Succesfully HAART (beginning sitation 6 years ago: Vl: 270 000 ml.blood (!), CD 20 (!!!), half year after it, VL undetec., every three months: again undetec. CD rise between 300 - 400 (do not exactly know.) Thank you.
Response from Ms. Breuer
This is an important medical question which seems like a workplace question, but is really a matter of medical care. It sounds as though your boyfriend needs to be evaluated for this fatigue to see whether medication can help him to overcome it. There will be no happy resolution to the physical testing question until the medical evaluation is done. If his own physician does not appreciate how much this fatigue affects his ability to do his work, perhaps you two need to seek another opinion. I encourage you as well to submit this question to one of the physicians at this site. I wish you well!
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