Deu Reagente??? Sadly yes. But this is not the end of life. There's a lot you've done
I know it's a bar. It's really fucking good to get this result and find yourself with HIV, maybe already AIDS patient ... But this is not a death sentence, or I would have died twenty-two years ago and you know I'm here! Yes, I faced prejudices, called "AIDS litter", I had to live in two houses of support and I ate the bread that the Devil kneaded. But I started again, from zero to seventeen, almost this, I started this site and I was sure. I will not die like this, so soon. And I had 30 when I was diagnosed. Today, I have 53. And to think that they gave me six months of life ...
In order for you and your doctor to know how to fight HIV infection in the best way, you will need to have blood tests periodically. This will help you closely monitor your health and any possible harm that HIV or the medications you are taking may cause. If you have been given reagent, in addition to the usual blood tests like the complete blood count and a basic metabolic panel (Chem-screen or CS) you will need to do two more tests to help measure the progression of the HIV disease (a note: It is said, there, that we do not die of AIDS anymore and that "we will certainly be the generation that will see the cure of AIDS" - I hope that this happens, but between January of 2000 and December of 2010 eleven thousand young people ) died as a result of AIDS-related complications)
Count cells CD4: As the HIV disease progresses, the CD4 cell count declines from a normal count of 500-1500 cells in a cubic millimeter of blood (one drop, more or less) to close to zero. When the cell count falls below 200, there is a greater risk of opportunistic infections and when the count falls below 50, the risks increase dramatically. Remember: The time you took and how it came about can depend on many variables, such as people who test themselves regularly, and yet are perplexed by the "reactive" result; Or it may be a person who has come "down the charts to whom a doctor has had the brilliant idea to advise you to take a viral load test.
A high count of CD4 cells is good, and a low count is poor. Counting CD4 is also one of the most important tests to find out when to start treatment for HIV.
I read in one of these "journals" that when the count came to 500, it was the "beginning of the end." A media that does not inform itself and does not study this condition in depth, can not be talking about it right and wrong, about something that does not know, this, it seems to me, a reasonable idea. My sincere apology, but this is not a matter of "professional pride", as so many will try to say but, fortunately, it is not necessary to have a journalism diploma in order to write and use what is The most cherished right within a democracy (just to know ... Are we still living in a democracy despite the coup?).
It gave reagent! What changes?
The fact that you have discovered HIV reagents is not the end of the world; but you need to keep in mind that your life has changed. Alcohol consumption, although some, doctors say "no problem," my doctor says: Yes you do! And she explained the whys:
The liver is an important organ of our bodies and it performs no less than eight different functions and, unlike the kidneys, for him there is no "diasile". Once the liver is committed to a certain level, it inda is able to recover; and yet there is also what people who do use English to communicate "point of no return " Which is, in free translation, the point from which it does not return. And I, as a human being, that I love to live, I do not like the idea of complicating the functioning of such an important organ. This week, where it was celebrated that we will have, by the beginning of 2017 the integration of the drug dolutegravir in our drug arsenal, with a discount of 75%, I already have a frustrating news that tries to have been perceived a fee Treatment with Dolutegravir due to adverse effects. Maybe you ask yourself, "So what?"
The dolutegravir, combined with Abacavir, has a complication because both are processed and decomposed in the liver, and in more detail, through the same hepatic route. Do I need to say something more about Antiretroviral Therapy, Alcoholic Drink and Liver?
I think not. This type of drug interaction vs liver happens "N "different ways and you better start to learn about cross-resistance right here, Because you have to know, and you should not ignore or even forget that we have many medicines, maybe twenty, but when you have to abandon one, because of "unbearable" side effects (unbearable is the situation shown in the image below) Does not burn a single "cartridge".
In certain treatment regimens you end up developing resistance to more than two or three drugs and if we live long and reach seventy years, we need to take care of ourselves very well!
Count Viral Load A test known as counts of viral load, or HIV RNA count, measures the amount of HIV in a blood drop. If only a small amount of virus is present (say, less than 50-200 copies depending on the test), then the test can not detect the virus. This is what it means when the result of a viral load count back as "undetectable." It does not mean that there is no virus present, but the amount is so small that the tests can not measure it.
[Editor's note: Many pastors (actually scoundrels) that use the result of a viral load test, showing Undetectable as "cure-proof" because Bigger than the devil is the Lord ", and when the person by sí, has had his complicated health so that will die ... Then the faithful questions the pastor about the death of a healed and the creep retorts, without jump:
"HE WAS A *** HOMÍ *** OF FAITH FAITH"
Yes, sir, he had little faith, but he passed the deed to his church, if the woman had jewels, she gave them all to her church and all that you could lay down, for that is what you are, an acharcador, by the eyes, also wished and ended up putting his hands too and, as a saint of home does not perform miracles, his knee, his excellency treated in the Syrian-Lebanese! (I.e.
As the disease progresses HIV, viral load tends to increase the count so that someone starts with a low viral load count (say 5, 000 virus copies per milliliter, which may prove to be a mere viral blip) can rise to a very high viral load count (say many hundreds of thousands or even more than one million copies of the virus per milliliter of blood). Although viral load is not often used to find out when it is time to start antiretroviral therapy, this is a very important test for those on treatment. When using HIV medications, the primary goal is to make viral load undetectable. If the treatment is not able to do this, or if the viral load becomes detectable again when using the therapies it may be necessary to change your treatment.
Usually your doctor will ask a series of routine blood tests every three or four months (although they may be more or less frequent depending on the degree of progress in their HIV disease and the medications you are taking). Generally the results of these tests come back in complicated forms that list the results of many tests together.
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A friend, a longtime fighter, told me a few months ago. I cried:
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