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Hiv Lifestyle Changes

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aids medicine versus lifestyle changes

i'm not going to take my aids medicine. instead, i will avoid food allergies, eat healthier, get 3 squares a day, stop smoking crack, stop drinking, and stop smoking cigarettes. i will also begin an exercise regimen of cardiovascular/resistance...
Gerald Pierone, M.D.

Response from Gerald Pierone, M.D.

AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure Coast
...Is this a trick question? I vote for a complementary approach positive lifestyle changes plus medications when appropriate. Read more »

viral load high?

here are my results as follows HIV RNA copies 915238 copies/mL HIV RNA log copies/ml ... Read more »

Tachycardia Synocope Anxiety

I recently started having symptoms that have impacted my dailey activities due to panic ttacks... Read more »
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AIDS InfoNet

Depression and HIV

...telling others you are HIV-positive Treatment failure (HIV or other) Treatment for Depression Depression can be treated with lifestyle changes, alternative therapies, and/or with medications. Many medications and therapies for depression can... Read more »
The Well Project

Caring for Your Heart if You Have HIV/AIDS

...smoking, improving your diet, getting regular medical check ups, and exercising can all help you to care for your heart. When lifestyle changes aren't enough, a number of medications and other medical approaches are available. Read more »
The Well Project

Diabetes and HIV/AIDS

...management of HIV and other health concerns. Keeping diabetes under control (or decreasing your risk of getting diabetes) involves lifestyle changes. While this is difficult, it will give you the best chance of good overall health. See TWP info... Read more »
AIDSinfo

Seeing an HIV Doctor

...initial measurement (such as CD4 count or viral load) made before starting therapy and used as a reference point to monitor your HIV infection. Kidney function tests: blood and urine tests that determine if your kidneys are working properly. ... Read more »
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I choose to be happy

Posted by Clive, 3 Replies
...focus on what is gonna make me happy. I joined a gym, started up gymnastics (which is an experience at 28!), I went to an HIV group and openly talked and shared how I felt and made a diet lifestyle change. A change in my attitude and a... Read more »

New to all of this.....

Posted by Anonymous, 8 Replies
...late, i.e. with the following labs: Viral Load - 770,000 CD4 count - 13 Has anyone else out there been diagnosed with advanced HIV infection? If so, I wondered if you would mind answering the following questions: 1) What your labs when you... Read more »

Worry and Guilt after risk from oral

Posted by Breezy
... It turned out that much of my troubling health problems were related to a time when I was anemic. I have since made some lifestyle changes that have increased my general health, and am also glad to be in a healthy relationship. Looking back,... Read more »

To all those newly diagnosed and in Los Angeles

Posted by LAn, 1 Reply
...your body than letting HIV run rampant. I started meds right away with the help of my doctor, and yes, i did have to do some lifestyle changes, especially food choices, but I feel good on my meds. I'm on my 2nd year now and after changing my... Read more »