/ I just tested “positive” and my doctor says I won’t live long unless I take the drugs. What should I do?

 

It is beyond the scope of this site to offer personalized medical and health diagnoses or to prescribe treatments.  There are things anyone can do to reduce the burden of illness and to improve their health.

First, read the FAQs here about the so-called HIV tests.  It is possible that you have had a cross-reaction and there is absolutely nothing wrong with you, or at least nothing that the current AIDS treatments can help.

There may be some reasons to suspect that a positive test result is an indication of one or more health problems affecting your immune system.  Most allopathic (Western) doctors will not look beyond the HIV=AIDS hypothesis to treat the underlying cause.  You may be better served by an alternative care provider, such a naturopath or TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) doctor.

Learn about your options.  Visit the many AIDS dissident websites and do your research.  Check out Alive & Well AIDS AlternativesLiving Without HIV Drugs; and the other sites in our list of links here.

Here are some obvious things anyone can do immediately to improve their health:

  • Quit Smoking.
  • Stop illicit drug use, including poppers.
  • Avoid environmental toxins in your home and workplace.
  • Evaluate your diet and make changes to insure you are providing your body with the nutrition it needs.
  • Reduce stress.

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