This was probably asked before... Do any of you taking Combivir dream about things you have in mind just before you fall asleep?
I have a question about Combivir I recently found out I have HIV and they prescribed that for me so I'll be taking it Monday my question is would that help me be undetectable or I need special treatment for that I ask doctors when I found but none have been a big help to me
I have been getting all in my lower left flank, Chronic Pancreatitis, Infections in my colon, and kidney problems. I'm just wondering if there a connection to the meds.
Have you ever read the pamphlet on your medications?
Some medications you can just take them without food.
Other medications you have to take them with food.
for the medications that you have to take with food do you know what kind of food you have to eat to make that drug work at its maximum?
Did you know that some HIV medications work better when you eat fatty foods?
It's important to read those pamphlets that come with the medications then you know how to actually take your medications.
I am trying to wrap my head around what a real cocktail was in the past. When I received my HIV diagnoses in 2012 doctors put me on Atripla, a 3-in-1 pill, that very same day. I have not seen any TV show or movie explain what past cocktails where. In the movie Rent, they say "AZT TIME" but never really explain if that is a three times a day thing or 15 times a day thing. Even in the movie Dallas Buyers Club, they go through a list of the medicine but not dosages or dosing schedule. I believe… read more
Does anyone gain weight on Triumeq i mean i am ok with gaining weight cuz i went way down so much that i was skin and bones everyone said i was withering away yes i needed to gain weight and wanted to but not 170 lbs everyone is like you look good your gaining weight and i don't mean that in a bad way im like thank you but im thinking ugh you know what I mean
Ive said before many times, the United States is far behind in HIV care
While the United States has just approved a monthly injection, I have noted Europe was doing a bimonhly study
The United Kindom (in Europe) has approved the first bimonhly injection.
The United States was behind the ball with U=U for 3 years.
The United States was behind in studying a monthly injection.
The United States is now behind in a bimonthly injection.
Sounds like the United States just doesn't care about HIV… read more
Clinical trials are administered in various ways. They can be using medication, intravenously, transfusion, stem cell replacemen etc....There is no cost incurred to the patient and a reimbursement for the day is usually allotted. All expenses are usually covered by the administrating practice. Patients must meet the qualifications of the clinical trial. At-risk patients will not qualify for these trials. The patients' health is number one in these trials and is monitored very closely. ❤️