Hiv Progress In The Blood
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThat would seem to be a fast progression from the details you provide. You could have a genetic susceptibility to fast progression (that varies widely), the virus could be a nasty strain or other explanations. I often repeat the blood tests one... Read more »
South Florida Center for Counseling and TherapyIt is hard to cope with so many different physical concerns and just as difficult to definitively state how they will impact the course of your HIV. Hep C is probably the most significant co-occurring disorder since it impacts your liver (a big... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineI don't understand how you know you are HIV infected. Based on what evidence?... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,How unfortunate non-adherence and alcoholism allowed your well-controlled HIV to progress to AIDS complicated by several severe opportunistic infections. Hopefully your experience will serve as a cautionary tale for others!As for... Read more »
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Posted by Carrie, 1 ReplyMy boyfriend was told by his dr today that he has a type called Non-Progressive HIV. He didn't get alot of info on it right now though.
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHey everyone, thanks for your help with my other questions a few pages back. I would like to buy everyone a drink when this is all over, but probably can't aford it!
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Posted by Ron31, 1 ReplyGreetings! My name is Ron and I am living with HIV and PML. Myself and a fellow progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy survivor wanted to test the viability and usefulness of an online support group for others affected by PML personally or with... Read more »
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