Being Hiv Positive And Getting Very Skinny
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Scared,Thanks for writing. I can certainly understand your desire to take a break from your medications. Toxicities, side effects, resistance, adhering to complex dosing schedules -- no wonder the thought of taking some time off medications... Read more »
Chelsea and Westminster HospitalOnce you have discussed with your doctor to determine that what you are seeing is really fat loss and lipoatrophy in your legs and arms then you may wish to consider modifying your combinations to remove the AZT component present in your Combivir.... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineI might ask your HIV specialist to get another read on the CT scan. In my experience radiologists often don't read intra-abdominal (visceral) fat much as they look for specific pathology. For increased intra-abdominal fat, excercise and diet... Read more »
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Posted by lilfshrmn, 3 RepliesGained most of the weight back lost due to wasting. Unfortunately, it's all gone straight to my gut in the form of fat. Getting moderate exercise and low impact walking in several times a week. Cheeks, buttocks, legs and arms still quite skinny. ... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPlease help me. I am unsure of my HIV status. I am very skinny and can eat quite a bit and dont really gain, actually, i can gain, but lose weight very fast. I do drink alot of coffee ,maybe that has something to do with it. I havent been majorly... Read more »
Posted by noteasy, 2 RepliesAny suggestions to gain weight?
My husband is now less then 50 kg and 170 cm.. (must be 108 pounds and 67 inches..) He is south east asian, and thay do have smaller bodies, but now it's getting boney...
There are probably a thresd about it here, but I... Read more »
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