How Many Medications A Day Do You Take For Hiv
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AAHIVM Reaffirms Support for Routine HIV Testing, Calls Upon All Medical Providers to Perform at Least One HIV Test on National HIV Testing Day June 27Washington, D.C. -- With the overhaul of the nation's health care system at center stage for the White House, the Congress and the country, the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), on National HIV Testing Day 2009, affirms its commitment to... Read more »
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Medical Students Join On World AIDS Day to "Cut the Red Tape'' Impeding Effective HIV/AIDS Prevention and TreatmentReston, Va. -- On the eve of World AIDS Day, 350 Chicago-area medical student members of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) are expected to rally starting at noon in front of Senator Obama's office, followed by a march to the Illinois... Read more »
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineSystemic corticosteroids can decrease inflammation and can decrease lymphocyte counts (including T-helper cell counts) with variable rate of recovery (levels do usually return to pre-steroid levels). Often inhaled steroid medications can be helpful... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,HIV care in our prison system leaves much to be desired! Your experience demonstrates that the officials involved are tragically unaware of the essential need for adherence to antiretroviral medication schedules. Hopefully your four-day hiatus... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThere is a long list of HIV drugs than either are approved for once a day use (efavirenz, ddI, tenofovir, lamivudine-soon D4T) or that can be used once a day (ritonavir boosted PIs, nevirapine, soon atazanavir). The side effect profile for a once a... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIt seems unlikely though possible that your symptoms would be due to HIV-drug related neuropathy (your new regimen is completely different than Atripla so that any drug in the Atripla that was causing the neuropathy would not have a similar drug in... Read more »
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Posted by Amun, 6 RepliesTen years ago electronmicrographs (EMs) were published in Virology, March 1997 (Gluschankof et al and Bess et al) clearly depicting what was assumed to be 'HIV' was in fact cellular debris and mircrovesicles proving that no one is 'HIV' positive... Read more »
Posted by innerpeacedude, 5 RepliesI was a virgin and 4weeks back, I had an encounter with 2 different sex workers.
I had unprotected oral as I licked her vagina for about a minute max. then I felt guilty I stopped. No sex with her.
I had another encounter with a different... Read more »
Posted by AZSouthBay, 8 RepliesEver since finding out on April 1, 2008- I just haven't been the same. I know this is to be expected, of course. So far, I am asymptomatic- but I haven't been able to work... I am a Massage Therapist. This line of work I've decided I don't want... Read more »
Posted by gunners, 1 Replyhey my friends...i need opinion from expert or doctor..
after 45 days from relationship..
what is the best test for hiv ?
i want to do test now but i don't what is the correct and best...? Read more »
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