Could Hospital Mix Up My Blood
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HelpWithBenefits.comI can't even find a category to put this response under. Your question is way, way outside my expertize, in so many ways. But, I will say....If this is something you cannot talk to her about directly and calmly, then I agree with your family.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Mr. K from South Africa,I would advise that beginning antiretroviral therapy would not only drive your HIV plasma viral load to undetectable levels and significantly decrease any chance of transmission to your HIV-negative wife, but it would... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineBlood pressure control can be challenging even in the general population. In many cases low (better tolerated) doses of 2-3 classes of BP meds are needed (such as a B blocker, a diuretic, and an ACE inhibitor) so mixing and matching with frequent... Read more »
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Posted by artemis, 10 Replieshi ~ i am new here. i am 29, female, poz, with a neg guy for the last couple years. it is such a journey. we do a pretty good job at staying open with our communication and sometimes the hiv feels like a miniscule issue, sometimes like an... Read more »
Posted by LuvDaPug, 9 RepliesHello Folks :)
I hope someone out there reads this post, and knows someone or something that can HELP us.
I will do my best while explaining what has happened to a basic so your not sitting here reading this all day.
My husband has HIV and was on a... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyfound to have used infected blood in transfusions. I was a premie, and had heath complications. I have type 0 blood. I was tested for HIV when I was somewhere between the age of 4 months and four years (my mom told me, but i've forgotten when).... Read more »
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