Why Is It Important To Keep Your Body Healthy With Hiv And Aids
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Harvard Medical SchoolYes, you are lucky! There may be a little more to it than that, but your good fortune is not in doubt. Most likely, you were born with an immune system that can fight off HIV better than the average person, so HIV doesn't progress as quickly... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastHello and thanks for posting. There is evidence that other infections stimulate an immune response which may lead to a temporary increase in HIV replication. This is thought to be one of the reasons that smokers (who are more prone to chronic... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillIf your CD4 cell count is above 350, most HIV doctors would not recommend that you start HIV meds. Your very very low viral load only strengthens this recommendation. This is because the viral load PREDICTS what will happen to the CD4 cells - the... Read more »
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Posted by nonamegirl, 2 RepliesJust a simple question.
Would a person who was healthy, with a strong immune system produce HIV antibodies sooner than someone who was unhealthy, with a weakened immune system? I know it's different for everyone. But generally speaking.
Just... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI am a 37 y/o male who has lived with HIV for 12 years and AIDS for 9 of them. Last year I got my frst opportunistic infection, cryptosporidium. Othehrwise I have been pretty healthy.
I have taken all kinds of meds from AZT to T-20 to various study... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI am living with HIV/AIDS and have been fairly healthy for nine
years. I have been on many medications from AZT to Crixivan and
had severe side effects from disorientation, fatigue, digestive
problems, a brain hemorrhage and developing breast tumors... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyhi, i live in central Pennsylvania, ecxacly in Harrisburg 33y/o HIV+ male very healthy, been poz for a few years... but have no friends at all... would liek to have healthy HIV+ friends to hang out with and relate on, would be more confortable for... Read more »
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