I had a dream of a 3 headed black horse . A deserted road!-. or street . I could not see the lines, so i assumed its just a road DESERTED because i see color in my dreams i like to observe everything in the dream when i can. The sky or surrounding area was orange as a desert.the sky and ground. There were people walking down this road dressed in white then i see a bride.then after the bride right before i wake up i see the black horse with three heads. It was not really doing anything it just appeared. Was not weird looking and did not walk. I also have had dreams of other black animals before and i found out way later what it means. But this dream in still wondering. Its been at least 9 years ago. And i still don!￣t know why. Or what it means.
I really like how vivid the blue print in your top is!
The only thing that will keep you healthy and your HIV under control are HIV meds. If you are having trouble with Atroiza you can ask at your clinic or doctor if there are other meds available.
If both the husband and wife are HIV +ve, how best can they live? and is a CD4 count of 376 over 11 years safe without ARVs?
It sounds like your doctor is giving you good advice. As you take Atroiza at night, it is not a common side effect to be sick the following morning. Pregnancy on the other hand is associated with morning sickness, especially in the first few months.
I want to now how to take this medicine, is at after food or not?
I want to know what to do because I work shifts and these tablets make me dizzy , I want to know if its possible to change and drink them at any time of the day depending on my shifts or should I stick to the time that I am taking them everyday?
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Hi im a few wks preg. Initally before this i was on truvada & efivarenz now im on truvada and alluvia. I have terrible nausea and always feel hungry or lightheaded are these the side effects you are supposed to feel.
I don!￣t know how useful it is to take !°sides!± in this discussion, but I do want to say that Brad!￣s books and blog have been super helpful to me, and it!￣s nice to have a (somewhat) prominent voice in Zen that isn!￣t from the baby boomer generation or who doesn!￣t treat Zen as merely a subset of psychotherapy.