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Going Back to Work

July 20, 2011

Posted: August 2012

This video blog is part of the series "My HIV Journey: 13 Months of Videos Following My Diagnosis." Check out a full list of entries in the series.

Today I am finally going back to work for the first time since being diagnosed. Yay me. I am feeling great and have some great things happening.




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My HIV Journey: 13 Months of Videos Following My Diagnosis

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Comment by: Eric (Johannesburg, R.S.A.) Wed., Aug. 21, 2013 at 9:54 am EDT
Can my cd4 count drop if I stop having sex and stop using ARVs?
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Comment by: Nad (Toronto, Canada) Wed., Mar. 20, 2013 at 3:52 am EDT
Your videos are great and I am getting energy to go and get tested. Earlier I was in a shock. I still don't know if I am HIV+ because there were no symptoms as such. I have sinus which causes soar throat so i cant say if this is because of HIV. Similarly I have dry skin but that is owing to my new living conditions (I am learning how to live in warm enclosed environment, a humidifier is a must). Similarly I have problem with my stomach but this was because of my eating habits. none of these symptoms were concurrent. I hope all this is due to my paranoia and there's nothing serious in my life. But I have learnt how to live safe. Earlier I was not so concerned about safety. Now it is the foremost thing.
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Comment by: frank (massachusetts) Sat., Feb. 23, 2013 at 4:17 am EST
You are amazing. You have given me so much hope. God bless you.
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Comment by: TS (Seattle) Sat., Dec. 22, 2012 at 11:45 pm EST
Like your videos so far.. Kudos for you for doing this. I was diagnose a few months before... Brought back memories of the Atripla rash you talked about.. it was bad...it was the worse rash that my doctor had seen.. but make it thru it.. Life def gets better.. keep up the good work.
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