Hi, I found out I!￣m hiv+ early this year when I was pregnant. I checked my CD4 count again two months after I gave birth and it was 896, is it ok to take Atroiza?
I!￣m HIV positive, I tested when i was pregnant in 2009 after that i started protecting my child from HIV and now my child is negative. I also started using ARVs last year June i!￣ve never felt sick I!￣m strong and healthy. I use condoms with my husband.
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Hi, i am currently taking Atripla since 2012 and they still make me sleep like a dead person and when i tell my doctor that this Atripla is too strong for me he doesnt want to bealive me as one day i did took my wife!￣s medication (Atroiza) and i was like a normal person. meaning i didnt sleep like a dead person during the night and even when i woke up i was not feeling tired but when i take my medicine (Atripla) each and everyday i woke up i feel tired. Please advise me as my doctor doesnt want to bealive me as even my wife was taking Atripla and she was experiencing the same problem i have until her doctor change her to Atroiza and now she feel good. Please advise me as i am confused now.
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The normal range for a CD4 result is different for different makes of test. In general the 400-1600 range is fairly standard. This is based on the range for 95% of people though. A few percent of people have normal levels that are either or lower than these limits, and it doesn!￣t appear to be related to any better or worse general health.