Hiv Combo That Will Not Effect Liver
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Stanford University, School of MedicineWow, a lot of action going on here. Stress certainly could be affecting CD4 counts. I would need to have a little more information about your resistance test results. A viramune or sustiva, plus viread and emtriva combination could work. However,... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.First off, this is a BAD combination. If you take Truvada with Reyataz, it is very important to add Norvir to counteract the drug interaction between the first two. To not do so risks lower than acceptable drug levels and... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalThanks for your question.The main area of concern is that some of your meds (especially the Norvir/Reyataz) can interact with the way other meds are cleared from the body by the liver. This can be a good thing, in the way norvir "boosts"... Read more »
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Posted by leahbeth, 4 RepliesHello to all!!
Just wanted to be open about my experience on this combo, in case anyone's looking. Like I was a few months ago when the doc started me on this. Well, so far so good.
Started back in Feb 2011 and my viral load was over 17000, my cd4... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesdear gman,hiv itself affect the liver,while NOT on meds?,
my liver enzymes are always raised.my recent DNA PCR WAS NEG,for HIV.
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Posted by longlife, 1 Reply40 days later, the duo screw hiv ab / ag neg.
84 days after HIV 1/2 EIA neg.
97 days later, the combo HIV 1/2 neg.
Do I need another test?
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Posted by GreatEscape, 1 ReplyGot myself tested 4 weeks after my last "possible" exposure (oral receptive for about two minutes, no ejaculation, presence precum unknown, insertive partner's status unknown) via SD BIOLINE HIV 1/2 RAPID TEST. Results came out negative.
At the 7th /... Read more »
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