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Help!!! Tired, Skinny, Dizzy, and Low Pressure

Dr Bob, Help. I've been HIV positive forever...tested positive when first test came out. I've participated in several clinical trials and taken every possible combination of meds. I've recently been on Abacavir, amprenavir, kaletra,...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello Scared,Thanks for writing. I can certainly understand your desire to take a break from your medications. Toxicities, side effects, resistance, adhering to complex dosing schedules -- no wonder the thought of taking some time off medications... Read more »

low blood pressure due to neuropathy

I have been facing many complications due to hiv related neuropathy. Sensory and motor nerve... Read more »

low platlets and high blood pressure

hiv hepc herpes copd for approx 25 yrsplatlet count usual 83 or so just recently dropped to 53on no... Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser Family Foundation Report Maps Global Efforts to Address HIV/AIDS in Low-, Middle-Income Countries

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report "maps the complex network of international assistance aimed at addressing the global impact of HIV/AIDS," a report summary on the foundation's webpage states, continuing, "The large number of donor... Read more »
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

High Blood Pressure -- Medicines to Help You

High blood pressure is a serious illness. High blood pressure is often called a "silent killer" because many people have it but do not know it. Some people do not feel sick at first. Over time, people who do not get treated for high blood... Read more »
TheBody.com

September 2010 ADAP Update: The Sprinklers Are on, but the Water Pressure's Low

At this point last year, there were only 157 people in the U.S. on waiting lists for AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) -- if you can say "only" about any number of people at all being on a waiting list. There are now 3,337 people waitlisted in... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

News Outlets Report on Growing Pressure on Chinese Government to Acknowledge How Blood Transfusions, Donations in 1990s Contributed to Spread of HIV/AIDS in China

The Los Angeles Times examines the factors that contributed to the spread of HIV/AIDS among people living in China who donated blood and received blood transfusions at government-run hospitals in the 1990s. According to the newspaper, "the... Read more »
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Low blood count

Posted by Anonymous
Hi I'm a woman in her mid 20's.My situation is this. I had possible exposure about 4 mths ago with a guy. I do not know of his status. I visited the doctor for a check up as I was my I beleive my pressure was high, indeed it was. He did a CBC and... Read more »

No energy......tired all the time

Posted by funguy, 7 Replies
This is actually about dealing with my partner who is HIV+ as I am. He is fortunate in that after testing poz 4 yrs ago he is still not on meds. His last labs CD4 - 400+, VL 30,000...I think. The problem I am looking for some help with is he is... Read more »

This must be tiring, however a few questions...

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I had unprotected sex with a boyfriend of a few years, during which time I aquired occupational dermatitis. I've always had a problem with lymph nodes since a child, with no health concerns. However, after researching HIV for a centre I work at I've... Read more »

I am tired and stressed...

Posted by tangled_lioness, 2 Replies
I had unsafe sex in late September or early October 2002. Early November 2002 had HIV test which was negative. Somebody I knew from before came back into my life. I did not test again until July of 2004 and so did my boyfriend and both of our... Read more »