Getting Lactic Acidosis When You Have Hiv
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineMost muscle aching in patients starting Combivir + Stocrine would not be due to lactic acidosis. The zidovudine in Combivir is the drug most likely causing some degree of muscle symptoms. A physical examination and lab testig (for muscle enzymes... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineLiver failure in the setting of AIDS is a tough situation. I can not endorse any alternative medications in the face of liver failure as truly effective. Jon Kaiser's book Healing HIV and the website www.daair.org have some useful suggestions... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeIt sounds like things have gotten quite desperate and I am always reluctant to step in to situations like this since I don't know enough about you to start treating you. It sounds like your doctor has been very thorough and is very familiar... Read more »
University of British ColumbiaYou raise a number of very serious and important issues, and every aspect of your care needs to be considered separately.With respect to your kidney failure, it will be important to maintain good hydration, as dehydration could worsen the function... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHas anyone else out there had lactic acidosis? Would like to hear, share experiences.
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before beginning the sexual component of the relationship.
The strategy reduces a great deal of ambiguity.
You, yourself can get tested today, now. Test results reduce ambiguity
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Posted by Mssimone, 2 RepliesWell like I said before I was just diagnoised.
Im trying to get an understanding of the whole hiv/aids.
The question that im going to ask might make you mad but its a question that I just sit and think about wondering if someone else is thinking it... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesI am a HIV + woman engaged to a HIV - man. We want to have a baby. What are the options on getting pregnant?? Is artificial insemination the only way?? I read on this website that it's possible to "do it yourself", insert the mans sperm in the... Read more »
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