Hiv treatment plans

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1722607 tn?1335747858 Do most insurance companies cover the cost of treatment? I have Care First Blue Cross. Anyone out there have the same insurance?
Avatar f tn Abivax plans to push ABX203, its hep B vaccine, into Phase III trials in Asia.
Avatar m tn // 2 ways to get drug coverage Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D). These plans (sometimes called "PDPs") add drug coverage to Original Medicare, some Medicare Cost Plans, some Medicare Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) Plans, and Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plans. Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) (like an HMO or PPO) or other Medicare health plan that offers Medicare prescription drug coverage.
Avatar f tn Just opened the envelope with my 12-week post-treatment labs. HCV undetected. (excuse me while I type a few exclamation marks. !!!!!!!!!) TSH normal, liver enzymes normal, glucsoe normal, Hgb 13.1 Wow! Does anyone know any statistics about the percentage people who are negative at 3 months post treatment, but then then positive at 6 mos?
Avatar n tn In addition, I also have a website where I list the latest treatment plans recommended by the experts. You can check my profile for that information.
Avatar f tn I have no plans, i'm more of a wing it kind of for decor...HAH you should my house...
2863077 tn?1436670789 What are some of your plans for after having your baby? I plan on making my husband buy me a foot long sub from Subway and a 44 oz coke LOL. Since becoming pregnant my husband wont let me eat subs or drink coke.. he says it makes him worry?!
Avatar f tn If he was taken to a hospital the same day this happened, they would assess his risk and start him on PEP for HIV if they decided he was, in fact, at risk. I am not a doctor and do not know what they would (or could) do for the possible Hep C exposure. I am sure if there IS something they could do, they would. I'm sorry this happened to your friend and we all wish him the best, but going to the hospital was the very best thing you could have done.
Avatar f tn Just click Find Plans or Compare Plans on this page, enter your zip code, and you should be able to click on a link that lets you enter your prescriptions.
Avatar m tn I am a twenty-one year old male who is self diagnosing myself with HPV; I know it sounds incredibly arrogant, but please read on. I have developed 3 fairly small cauliflower shaped, grey growths on my scrotum; the pictures I have seen online look just like what I have. I have read enough, on this website and the national institute of health's, to understand that it's, as Dr. Hook put it in another blog, "a fact of life.
Avatar m tn Tell them that you are planning to use them for an upcoming treatment and ask them their experience with the specific medical plans you are weighing. They should be able to give you reliable information as to whether the treatment is covered or not. When you make the inquiry it is important that you refer to the precise names of the medications your doctor will be prescribing. Sometimes insurance companies have formularies that cover one form of a medication and not another.
Avatar n tn My husband returned yesterday from going to give plasma with a notice from the clinic that his HIV screening had come back positive. How common is this? We are still pretty shocked and have plans to do further testing next week.
Avatar m tn A Milford-based biotech working on a treatment for hepatitis B plans to go public this week with a planned $40 million IPO, according to Renaissance Capital. Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals plans trade on the Nasdaq under the symbol "SBPH" and has plans to price its shares between $13 and $15 apiece. The clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, founded in 2002, is focused on oral medications to treat viral diseases.
Avatar f tn I am a 34yr old male, 160lbs. I contracted hiv in December of 2009, and got diagnosed formally in January of 2010. Started treatment immediately, with 60,000 viral load. I forget my original cd4 count. Up until a few months ago, I was on treatment pretty much the entire time I was infected. There were a couple breaks due to insurance issues, and one break last fall when I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I'm told the diabetes is from the hiv medication.
405645 tn?1249701810 Like you I am a slow responder that had a low baseline VL. Like you I did not clear until week 24. Any length of this treatment is hard, but 72 weeks, well, I'm sure we all know. Going into it with a good "gotta get it done" attitude will help. I'm 30 weeks in to my 72 weeks and I really am starting to believe I can make it to the end. Good luck to you.
Avatar n tn It depends on what your pulmonologist will do with the result. If he "just wants to know" without offering treatment plans depending on the result of the cath, I probably would not do it. If he however has some treatment plans depending on the cath outcome, it might be worthwhile. I would advise you that you discuss with him your reluctance, and ask what he hopes to gain from the cath.
Avatar m tn HIV can be transmitted due to sharing needles, this is because the blood interact. Unfortunately, there is no cure for HIV (note that HIV isn't the same as AIDS) but treatment for this virus is really advanced. There are medications that permit people live a completely normal life with HIV without developing AIDS. I hope everything is ok, post your results. Personally, I think you didn't involve in high risk. This virus is very fragile and die easily at normal temperature.
Avatar m tn widespread pain, disturbed sleep, and exhaustion from head to toe shortness of breath, numbness and tingling sensations, muscle weakness I get pain in my neck, like muscle stiffness and that comes and goes leg cramping, fatigue, trembling nausea I also had weakness in the left arm, pain and numbness as well I was suffering from migraines and one had caused an anxiety attack Fatigue, muscle weakness, trembling muscles, some muscle spasms, cramping in my right calf, tingling in hands feet and
Avatar f tn Had silver nitrate treatment x 2. Now am on 1% Cyclosporin, which burns like acid. Nothing has even begun to work.He said the next step was to have ocular surgery where the mast cells are literally scraped off, but he said it's not always successful. I continue to have extreme photophobia and feel like I have gravel under my eye lids. Please advise as to treatment, as am one miserable and discouraged woman.