How To Manage Pcp And Hiv
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Stanford University, School of MedicineHe needs HIV treatment immediately. I don't understand the delay until January. This is absolutely not acceptable. Vitamins are not the answer. Yes, there can be a recurrence or persistence in symptoms of PCP, particularly if the CD4 count is... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineIf your brother got PCP, then his T-cells are most likely less than 200, and probably significantly less than 200. He is potentially vulnerable to a broad range of other infections, so as soon as he completes 21 days of treatment for PCP he should... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.Sorry to hear about your new diagnosis. I am concerned about this trend that I see here (as evidenced by your case)-- patients stopping their medications without contacting their doctors--If you really do have Pneumocystis... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'm sorry to hear about your boyfriend's passing. His story of not finding out about his HIV disease until his immune system was already decimated by the virus is shockingly common here in the U.S. Twenty-five percent of the... Read more »
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Posted by schedir81, 4 RepliesHello, I just brought my girl to the hospital today and she is being treated for pcp. She stopped taking her meds around 3 to four years ago after an incident in her life threw her in complete denial.
She was afraid of me leaving her and for not... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousOur son is gay. He has never told us that he has tested positive for HIV, which I am sure that he would find difficult to tell us. Yes we have totally accepted his lifestyle with support and love. His companion called tonight and said that he had... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes this happen? Anyone been diagnosed with aids and then start meds, perhaps clean up lifestyle and then start feeling better? Gaining weight, feeling 'normal' and going on to live life for years more.
Anyone have input on this?
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesMy husband was diagnosed with AIDS last month after getting very
sick with PCP. I tested negative (I also tested negative when I
donated blood two years ago.) We have been married for nine years
and have two children over five. My husband has been... Read more »
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