What Temperature Is Normal For Hiv Positive People

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...Sometimes the BRATT diet can help: B ananas R ice (white) A pples (without peels), applesauce, or juice T oast (white) T ea (herbal, not sweet iced tea) After your diarrhea clears up you may slowly return to a normal, healthy diet. However, you may want to start with more bland foods like bananas, plain rice, boiled potatoes, baked chicken (with skin and fat removed), eggs, plain toast, and crackers. Other Tips: Keep a...
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Cure for HIV/AIDS ....Ambush

Why does the scientific community REFUSE from investigating the idea that Ambush cures AIDS?THE CURE for HIV/AIDS.......AMBUSHTHE IDEA that AMBUSH cures AIDSis being proven by the more than 400 individuals who have taken a dose of 60 ml three times...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...pseudo-science. There are far too many quacks and whackos out there with outlandish claims for me to debunk each and every one individually. Basically, if an AIDS cure sounds too good to be true, chances are it is. Most don't pass the sniff test.... Read more »

Dr. Bob do you have any knowledge about the HIV treatment called Ambush?

Hello Dr.BOB my name is Juan Pares im an intern in a HIV research facility and came across this treatment called Ambush, here is a little information about it:THE IDEA that AMBUSH cures AIDS is being proven by the more than 400 individuals who have...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...transcriptase converts viral RNA into DNA compatible to human genetic materials. Thus the human DNA has been 'hijacked' and since each person has a DIFFERENT DNA, then the new viral copy is unique to that person which shows that each individual... Read more »

Fever or no fever?

I've been positive over 20 years, health good, on meds. Recently I had a terrible flu with body aches, chills, feverish but not hot and no temperature. My HIV buddy told me that when your immune system is compromised you cease to have "normal"...
Graeme Moyle, M.D.

Response from Graeme Moyle, M.D.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
...No. Sounds like you had a normal heathy response to a viral infection. 'Flu is no more common or more severe amongst people with HIV than the general population. Read more »

Vit C and Hiv

Pls can you tell me how much vitamin C can an HIV+ person can use to have positive impact on immunity system,bcos i understand that it may be harmful if a positive person take less than necessary,and may be useful when higher doses is employed.Also...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...problems (such as bone loss) associated with normal aging. But there is no single, optimal eating regimen appropriate for every person living with HIV/AIDS. Instead, HIV positive people should adopt a sensible balanced diet and consult an... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Lopinavir + Ritonavir (Kaletra)

...replaces the original gelatin capsule version. Each tablet contains 200 milligrams (mg) of lopinavir and 50 mg of ritonavir. The normal dose is two tablets twice a day or four tablets once a day for patients whose HIV does not have significant... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Fosamprenavir (Telzir, Lexiva)

...instructions, on schedule, and not to skip or reduce doses. How Is It Taken? Fosamprenavir is available as a tablet. The normal adult dose is 1400 milligrams (mg) two times a day. The tablets are 700 mg, so you will take 2 tablets at a... Read more »
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Atazanavir (Reyataz)

...reduce doses. How Is It Taken? Atazanavir is taken once a day with food as capsules. For adults just starting ART, the normal dose is 300 mg plus 100 mg of ritonavir, once a day. Patients who cannot tolerate ritonavir should take 400 mg of... Read more »

An Overview of Emtriva (Emtricitabine)

...(NRTI). Emtricitabine works by disrupting one of the early steps in the HIV life cycle, called reverse transcription. During normal reverse transcription, HIV's reverse transcriptase enzyme (a type of protein) converts HIV's RNA -- a single... Read more »
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unluckiest man on the earth

Posted by lifemistake1, 5 Replies
...lymfocites were 1.70, leukocites 7.6... after 3 weeks of that temperature i measured again temperature of 37.3... maybe it is my normaltemperature, or it was caused by stress... i also read that stress can affect on my blood count.. i didnt have... Read more »

Medication and Nightmares

Posted by whyyyyyy, 1 Reply
...figure it out and find my purpose in this not so perfect life of mine. For Beyond the Odds, I am Sergio Mendoza. To read more personal stories from HIV+ young people under 25 go to www.beyondtheodds.org ... Read more »

Newly Diagnosed, Medication Overload!

Posted by whyyyyyy, 2 Replies
...traded in the serenity of a nice evenings rest for nights of anxiety, despair, cold sweats and insomnia only for the chance at a normal life span. I was diagnosed with HIV in mid December 2008 and was placed on HAART (highly active... Read more »

I have just found out my husband is HIV +

Posted by jayne, 10 Replies
...Last Tuesday My husband was taken into hospital with pneumonia. They couldn't get his temperature down...so changed antibioctics...his lung was drained twice...(pleural effusion), he had lost so much weight almost overnight. Read more »
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