Friday, January 15, 2016

Day 55 - Wednesday, January 13, 2016

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"In the business world, bad news is usually good news - for somebody else."
-James Surowiecki

I did not want to blog today but I made a commitment to my readers that I would never stop writing unless the government shuts me down or tries to make me disappear. Neither of those things have happened, so let's jump right into today's events.

I received my Happy New You package from Dr. Sebi's office and decided to begin my first dosage last night.The following events took place just as they are written:

REPORTING LIVE FROM THE PORCELAIN OFFICE:

Can I tell you guys a story? Okay, so I took these three compounds (Bio Ferro, Chelation2, and Bromide Plus) and went onb my way to work. I ate about 7 slices of mango for breakfast while working at my desk. Less than four minutes later, I felt the "flood gates" begin to open up. There was no prior warning.
I could tell by the wicked tremors taking place in my lower abdomen that this one was not going to be pretty. This episode would be inappropriate for the office bathroom and may possibly cost me my job! But time was winding down. I didn't even feel like I could make it downstairs on the elevator in a three-story building.
But there was no other choice. I loosened my belt, eased one cheek up at a time, and swiftly made my way to the exit with keys in hand.
Phew! I made it to the parking lot. Now, here's the tricky part. I have to lift my leg to get into the car. Oh s#!@! I'm terrified out of my mind at the moment but the "flood gates" continued to open. It was now or never. 
 I leaped into the car, leaned all the way to one side so my cheeks could be free, and fled my workplace on two wheels! Zoom! I thought about going to a fast food restaurant but I needed privacy and comfort. I weaved through traffic trying to make it home, hoping I would not get pulled over by the police. That would have just been an embarrassing end for me.
 I swerved to a screeching halt in front of my house, leaving my car halfway in the street, pants falling down (because they are all the way unbuckled now), and made my way to the "Porcelain Office."
Whew! I have one word, "MASSIVE!"
 So as I sit here, one question comes to mind: WHY DIDN'T YOU PEOPLE TELL ME THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT WORKPLACE FRIENDLY?!
It has to be the Chelation2 that's doing this to me. I've taken the Bio Ferro before without any issues. And I drink sea moss smoothies often and that is in the Bromide Plus. Ugh! My legs fell asleep. Lol 
#ShadoobieDiaries
 So these are the effects that took place after taking the treatment from Dr. Sebi's office. I ended up having five bowel movements today and all I ate was a dew slices of mango all day.

The doctor's office called me to confirm my appointment to come in tomorrow to receive the results of my test and document the PPD reading. But I asked them if I could come into today to receive the results that were ready because not all of them had come in. They agreed and I left work and went over.

The Hepatitis and T-cell count was not in yet. But she said I have outstanding health aside from the HIV. My glucose, cholesterol, and all of that other stuff was great. The syphilis screening came out negative and all I was thinking was, who cares about syphilis at this point? But I was still happy about that. I also lost 4 pounds since my visit on Monday.

Anyway, she went on to the part I was most interested in, the Viral Load results. She said my Viral Load was 5,200. I almost passed out! I don't even know what that number means because I have been studying the cure so much that I didn't take time out to study the actual disease. But 5,000 sounds like a large amount of something bad. I was expecting her to say something like 500, but this was ten times that number. I became dizzy. I felt like I had two days to live.

But then the doctor explained to me that it's normal for newly infected individuals to have a high viral load in the beginning. Then it goes down a great deal afterwards. That was a little reassuring, but not enough. All I know about at this moment was T-cells. A high viral load was just outright scary. She said the T-cell results should be in by Thursday or Friday and she would call me tomorrow to let me know if they came in.

As soon as I walked out of the office I began researching viral loads and what my numbers mean. This is what I found:

When is it ordered?

An HIV viral load test is ordered when a person is first diagnosed with HIV to determine the number of viral particles in the blood. The test results function as a baseline measurement that shows how actively the virus is reproducing and whether treatment is immediately necessary. It is usually ordered in conjunction with a CD4 count.
After the baseline, a doctor will usually order a viral load test and a CD4 count about two to eight weeks after the start of treatment to evaluate whether the therapy is effective. To monitor long-term therapy, the doctor will order viral load tests and CD4 counts about every three to four months.

What does the test result mean?

HIV viral load tests are reported as the number of HIV copies in a milliliter (copies/mL) of blood. If the viral load measurement is high, it generally indicates that HIV is present and replicating. Initial, untreated, and uncontrolled HIV viral loads can range as high as one million or more copies/mL. In someone who has had HIV for some time but has not yet started treatment, a high viral load means that the person's immune system is no longer able to suppress HIV replication and that the disease is progressing. In someone who is being treated for HIV/AIDS, it means that the treatment is not effective. During treatment and monitoring, a high viral load can be anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 copies/mL.
A low viral load is usually between 40 to 500 copies/mL, depending on the type and sensitivity of the test used. This result indicates that HIV is not actively reproducing and that the risk of disease progression is low. An undetectable viral load in someone who has a diagnosed HIV infection does not mean that the person is cured; it means only that the level of HIVRNA is currently below the threshold needed for detection.
Changes in viral load can often be more important during HIV monitoring than a single test result. An increasing viral load indicates either that the infection is getting worse or that the virus has developed resistance to the drugs that are being used for therapy and are no longer effective. A decreasing viral load indicates improvement, treatment effectiveness, and suppression of the HIV infection.

I skimmed through this article without thoroughly reading it and all I saw was 5,000 was a high viral load. I began to crash. My emotions took a nose dive. I called my brother and began crying. He asked me to read the article to him so he could get a better understanding of what's going on. After reading it to him, he pointed out that the article stated 5,000 is a high number for patients who are currently being monitored on treatment. So being that I am not currently on treatment yet, that is not referring to me. And even if I was on treatment, my high number is on the low end of the scale.

I tried to take as much comfort from that as I could before ending the conversation. I didn't want to blog anymore. I called the Infectious Disease specialist and made an appointment. Their first appointment involves more lab work so I was looking forward to another screening. The next appointment they had available was February 16, 2016. That was a little over a month, so I took it. That would give me enough time to analyze if Dr. Sebi's products have made any difference in my condition.

The HIV specialist's office also informed upon the first visit, they will be prescribing medication for me. When I first began this whole journey, I was adamant about not taking any HIV medication because I don't take medication. Even when I get sick in the past, I have always drank tea, or orange juice and rested. I said I was going to depend solely on Dr. Sebi's products and Nutritional Guide. But now that I see how critical my condition is, I am having second thoughts. I am considering taking the HIV meds in conjunction with Dr. Sebi's treatments even though I know that won't make my research accurate. But that viral load count really scared me. I still have to think it over a bit because I may have made improvement by the time I get to my next doctor's appointment with the specialist. And if it is a notable amount of improvement in numbers, I will continue to stick only to Dr. Sebi's treatment.

Treatment
Form
Brand
Dosage
Bromide Plus
Capsules
Dr. Sebi
4 capsules daily
Bio Ferro
Capsules
Dr. Sebi
3 caps in the a.m. & p.m.
Chelation 2
Capsules
Dr. Sebi
2 caps in the a.m. & p.m.
Black Elderberry
Capsules
Gaia Herbs
2 caps b.i.d.
Black Elderberry
Liquid Extract
Herb Pharm
1 full dropper t.i.d.
Burdock Root
Capsule
Nature’s Way
2 caps t.i.d.
Dandelion
Liquid Extract
Herb Pharm
1 full dropper t.i.d.
Sarsaparilla
Capsules
Solaray
3 caps b.i.d.
Yellow Dock
Capsules
Solaray
1 cap b.i.d.
Red Clover
Liquid Extract
Gaia Herbs
1 full dropper t.i.d.
Bladderwrack
Capsule
Nature’s Way
1 casule daily
Damiana
Capsule
Nature’s Way
2 caps b.i.d.
Kelp
Capsule
Nature’s Way
1 cap daily

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