AIDS: The "Chronic Disease"

Fernanda ¨¨¨¨¨¨ // 27 from July of 2016 to 23: 27 //
Claudio first wanna congratulate and thank you for this blog that takes and clarifies several doubts God bless you infinitely, had a risk ratio and then this person found it positive serum already made two rapid tests with a month and another with 87 days after exposure risk all gave nonreactive only now discovered that I have arthrosis u think this influences the result hj is already doing almost 05 months and have no symptoms of Hiv what do you think?
Claudio Souza // 28 July 2016 to 04: 52 //
Hi Fernanda, here I am! I'll rock you like hurricane! (I'll shake you like a drill!)

Keep in mind that all links on this page open in other tabs, so u can see everything. Please see everything, I worked five hours on this page for her to have more than one sense, more than one purpose, it is to be useful and conscientizing!

Thank you for raising his thoughts to God and ask blessing for us, to bless our work. You can not imagine, during these sixteen, how many times I have thought about quitting ...
Well, as explained in the text, whose authorship of the technical part of the text was drafted by four nurses The CRT- which is in the vicinity of the station São Judas Metro and, not satisfied, until I went to House of AIDSAn important reference center for the treatment of AIDS in the southern hemisphere of the planet and learned that the rapid test has an accuracy of 99% of cases over a period of 30 days and the 1% remaining needs two months (sixty) days.

Sometimes I play here when the shot goes scraping, and say that if I were Jesus, I would say, "Now go and sin no more, lest you aconteças worse."
I'm not Jesus; I'm just a hummingbird collected in the river, a little water to try to clear the test in the forest. It may seem little, but that's what gives us to do. Anyway, I went to a website and got some material to incorporate into our content.

So Fernanda was "just" a scare. It is more important that you reflect on the lesson and the fear and perhaps reposition yourself in relation to what you eventually (like so many others) could think about people "just like me" ... I think everyone should reflect on this , for example in my place, which is that of the person who has spent two nights in clear due to neuropathic pain caused by peripheral neuropathy HIV, A very troublesome thing! How is tonight

But I will not let cheap

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Look, AIDS has been treated as a chronic disease and, in a sense, it may even be that. But you need other adjectives:

AIDS is

  1. Chronic disease
  2. Hair Straightening
  3. degenerative
  4. Unpredictable developments please click here
  5. Debilitating (two nights ago not sleep because of the pain caused by peripheral neuropathy (you can click without fear of losing the thread of the skein, all the links open in other tabs).
  6. Can, my greatest fear, leave me ceg @. (...)
  7. They can lead to Dementia through a variable called ARC (AIDS Related Complex ) - AIDS Complex) - ARC (you can click that is a second list with other horrible variants of the sequels of the "chronic disease".
  8. And there is the "premature aging"
  9. sarcoma Kaposi

They say it hurts the bessa. I remember him dragging a morphine infuser to wherever it was ...

Morphine for me, is milk of roses, I take are sixty milligrams of methadone, Mg 1800 150 mg of gabapentin and Thorazine.
With the syndrome of the early aging I, at 40 years I operated the right eye for cataract and there is another, still incipient, in the left eye that, until now, "has not bothered".
A history with two pulmonary embolisms. I see the doctor saying, you have no connection. And I Our Father to the Vicar education: HIV causes vasculitis in all vascular system and provides the opportunity to form clots.
Besides Pulmonary Thromboembolism repeat (Two injections per day Clexane).
I have also Repeat thrombophlebitis.

However
According to the "National Institute of Social Security" I am perfectly fit to work and since 31 / 12 / 2009 I receive no benefit and I have lived, very badly of the legs, than I see in the free market, in this e-shopp: /eshops.mercadolivre.com.br/SUPORTE-MAXIMO

If it were a donation here and there, God knows what would live. Yes, my wife is retired, he receives a benefíico ... But I, after I left home, with twelve years and was ashamed to beg as soon as I turned sixteen, I started to unload trucks in the Parque Dom Pedro I Market

Meanwhile, some sectors of society receive increases of 40%. Other "work 8 years and retire and the shortfall in the pension has to be filled with carijó chicken feathers from my pillow. It is the bridge that fell.

Okay for you? Or want me to continue? For I have not the slightest expectation of sleep before taking my medicine and I do not even have to leave home conditions, be my wife will have to go get them for me ... And, detail, she lives with HIV for years 28

Yes! Yes! Glad tidings, AIDS is a chronic disease you contract.

But, unfortunately, it is not as Glaucoma(This I do not have) a sad and bloody insidious disease which, however, has treatment very expensive (I would say expensive) and, if discovered in time, have treatment to eye drops base and I'm learning it on -a-day because my mother suffers from glaucoma and, if I understand well, there is the possibility of a surgical treatment (this is not my thing - I may be talking nonsense and I apologize in advance to are suffering from Glaucoma and contact me to enlighten me and correct any mistake (grant me the leniency of analyzing myself as human and fallible). Note that the responses will be time-consuming because, at the moment, there must be at least 140 messages to respond and I do not allow anyone to respond, although I am thinking of Beto Volpe to do so if he can.
Well, then, let no one say that was not for lack of warning. I knew nothing of it and thought it was like being struck by lightning: hit, died. Already have 22 years "hit and did not die."

If I knew all this! ... (...) (Poutz)

Claudio Souza - Seropositive from 1994

You see, if you, secluded and lonely woman, on a Saturday night, were filled with sympathy for me, would you think that I live with AIDS? The face of the epidemic is made up of people like me. That's all I wrote about, it's the complications aspect of my personal health. If I get someone else and write it down, the story will always be different and we had, among us, a friend, Amarylis, who died stupidly in the hands of a doctor who accompanied by 18 months, with double vision and did not ask for a CT scan or magnetic resonance imaging. Before perishing she left this testimony

But in other times it was not so

After that, as soon as I left the hospital (I was three months gone and lost between 35 and 40 kilos) (a convalesci viral menigite (which Santa Casa diagnosed for 28 days as flu) in a high turnover hotel frequented by transvestites). And it was a common voice the "small mouth, that I had died victim (even that is not certain, if you are a victim of AIDS, is Person Living with HIV or AIDS). As I arrived thin it was as if a cosmic confirmation that if I had not died, I would die soon.

My boss always be my friend, or my rights paid. Street! When I arrived at the hotel where I lived, my room was vacated and, in an act of mercy, the hotel owner gave me the clothes without charge me the arrears. After that, I called a friend ... (...)

Still I called another and then gave up.

To make one day I fell in nonsense (at that time was bullshit because if you come to withdraw the FGTS was used a code, say 027 it and the box of the girl shouted: People have a 027 it here Betrayal explicit and! Fortunately someone changed that, and today the code is generic.

There are two, maybe three years, I went through a selection process and was hired by Contax (now see the desperation of a man 50 years trying to start life as a clerk telemarketing).
Well, they took all my documents, have medical examinations (no blood draw). I received a form to open a salary account and would be called in 15 days for training.

It was Mara, my wife, I'm getting injured, she realized that they did not call me and on the eighteenth day I went there to challenge the reason for not being called, and she (the clerk), until then smiling, changed the features of her face and her colleague tried to continue the conversation with her. Shut the fuck up, I'm a problem, a problem here and called no-one-who-who-turned-in, gave me all the papers and said that as soon as "things were normalized" they would call me.

Never.
In some, a son of a saintly mother, corrupt official of any agency provides this information and I'm a doubly marked man.

Marked for maybe dying from AIDS, or under the wheels of metro station here in Santana, which is a five minute bus ride from home. I've already thought about getting Mara's car, getting out and going, faster and faster, with no consideration for the brakes, so that anyone would crash me into a wall at any turn. Mara set up grilles on the windows, I live on the eighth floor, gentlemen, this Mara was wise and I gave up the design of the car, so as not to cause a doubly hard loss to her, and certainly marked, as socially dead.

Dead in life. Yes, yes, there is life with HIV! The disease is chronic! But definitely it is not easy ...

This is part of my medical history. Put another person living with HIV or AIDS here and you will see another novel

rip

Have you received your diagnostic reagent and are you scared? Do you think your life is over? Are you having thoughts "of the type clueless"?

You need to get your hopes up!

Understand that my resilience was built one day at a time, one illness after another, one SUSAN AFTER THE OTHER!

Resilience is not something you are born with! You ROW IT! One fall after another. For every fall inevitably follows a new rebound!

In summary:

get up

Shake the dust off!

And Turn Around!

Your doctor, your doctor can do a lot for you!

Your family, if you have any, because there is not one left for me, they can or can not do something for you.

God could do everything for you!

But it's up to you to decide to go ahead or sit on the curb!

Do you think I talk too much? Please read my outdated medical history! 🙂 It may take a little while!

And as for Health, it is a Right of All and a Duty of the State

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