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COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT HIV/AIDS

1. Once in the body, HIV attaches to the receptors of white blood cells called T-lymphocytes (CD4).

2. HIV disguises itself in the white blood cells and uses its special enzymes to change its genes to become a part of the genetic information of the white blood cells .

3. Then it multiplies rapidly within the host white blood cells

4. Next it begins infecting the host cells very quickly until the host white blood cells are destroyed and the virus is disconnected from the host cells.

5. These viruses then go out and attack other white blood cells via the same process. The blood cells in our bodies are destroyed so fast that the body becomes more vulnerable to opportunistic infections, which weaken the immune system, leading to full blown AIDS.

1. The HIV virus can destroy the human immune system directly, while other viruses cannot.

2. It can avoid detection and cannot be destroyed by the body’s immune system.

3. It can change its outer wall against destruction 100-1000 times faster than other viruses.

4. It can smuggle its RNA genes into the white blood cells in the human body and can lie dormant for years without detection.

OUR ANSWERS TO SOME OF THE QUESTIONS WE HAVE RECEIVED

We recommend that to increase your CD4 count, and ensure it stays up, you should try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications*. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and you should try to reduce your stress levels which will also improve your overall health and help increase your CD4 count.

*According to a research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk (APCO Chair Professor) and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD. (Director of Mae-On hospital in Chiang Mai), “The effect of Operation BIM on the proliferation of CD4 Lymphocytes in HIV-infected people”, the CD4 cell count in HIV patients increased significantly after taking 4 LIV capsules daily for 60 consecutive days. It was also found that the CD4 cell count in patients at Baan Gerda (the Children’s Rights Foundation) increased by 67.34% after taking 4 LIV capsules daily for 12 months.

Like most medicines, antiretroviral drugs can cause side effects. These unwanted effects are often mild, but sometimes they are more serious and can have a major impact on your health and quality of life. Side effects vary from person to person and it is impossible to predict exactly how each individual will be affected. Some people take antiretroviral treatment for years with few problems, while others find the same drugs intolerable. We recommend that you should try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications*. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and you should try to reduce your stress levels which will also improve your overall health. We also recommend that you visit your doctor regularly to report and monitor your side effects to antiretroviral drugs.

*According to a research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk (APCO Chair Professor) and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD. (Director of Mae-On hospital in Chiang Mai), “The effect of Operation BIM on the proliferation of CD4 Lymphocytes in HIV-infected people”, side effects such as skin-related problems and rashes were reduced significantly when taking 4-9 LIV capsules daily in combination with antiretroviral drugs.

Antiretroviral drugs can cause various side effects. There may be several options for dealing with a particular side effect:

• Wait for things to improve – especially if in the first few weeks of treatment

• Address other possible contributing factors, such as diet, smoking or exercise

• Change how the drug is taken (e.g. time of day, dosage, with or without food)

• Try treating the side effect

• Change one or more antiretroviral drugs

• Try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your antiretroviral drugs*

Please note that because side effects are unpredictable, and can be very serious, it is essential that all symptoms be reported during appointments with a doctor. You should consult a doctor immediately if you have experienced symptoms such as high fever, rashes, hives, soft mucosal swelling, shortness of breath and wheezing. However, dizziness, headache, nausea and vomiting, however, are common side effects of antiretroviral drugs.

*According to the research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD mentioned earlier, LIV capsules have been found to help significantly reduce various side effect, including rashes and headaches, in HIV patients when taken in conjunction with their antiretroviral drugs.

We recommend that to increase your CD4 count, and ensure it stays up, you should try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications*. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and you should try to reduce your stress levels which will also improve your overall health and help increase your CD4 count.

*According to a research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk (APCO Chair Professor) and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD. (Director of Mae-On hospital in Chiang Mai), “The effect of Operation BIM on the proliferation of CD4 Lymphocytes in HIV-infected people”, the CD4 cell count in HIV patients increased significantly after taking LIV 4 capsules daily for 60 consecutive days. It was also found that the CD4 cell count in patients at Baan Gerda (the Children’s Rights Foundation) increased by 67.34% after taking 4 LIV capsules daily for 12 months. In addition, the study showed that HIV patients (whose CD4 cell count had remained at the same level for the past 6 months) showed an average increase in their CD4 cell count of 32.45% after taking 9 LIV capsules daily for 3 consecutive months.

Headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, nightmares are some of the possible side effects of antiviral drugs that can negatively impact on your quality of life. Some side effects appear shortly after starting an antiretroviral drug and disappear within a few weeks as the body gets used to the new chemicals. This is often the case with nausea, diarrhea and headache, for example. According to the research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD mentioned earlier, LIV capsules have been found to help reduce various side effects of antiretroviral drugs including headaches and vomiting in HIV patients, taking 4-9 capsules daily in combination with their antiretroviral drugs, thus improving the quality of life significantly. We therefore recommend that you try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications to help alleviate the side effects you have been experiencing. You should also regularly visit your doctor to report and monitor your side effects to antiretroviral drugs.

Those symptoms are called HIV-associated lipodystrophy which is a syndrome that occurs in HIV patients who are being treated with antiretroviral medications for a period of 3 to 4 years. The term HIV-associated lipodystrophy refers to abnormal central fat accumulation (lipohypertrophy) and localized loss of fat tissue (lipoatrophy), some patients have only lipohypertrophy, some have only lipoatrophy, and, less commonly, some have mixed presentation. Lipohypertrophy is characterized by the presence of an enlarged dorsocervical fat pad, circumferential expansion of the neck, breast enlargement, and abdominal visceral fat accumulation. Consequently, patients with HIV lipodystrophy syndrome are at increased risk of the development of atherosclerosis and diabetes mellitus.

*According to the research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD mentioned earlier, LIV capsules have been found to help reduce the side effects of antiretroviral drugs including lipohypertrophy and lipoatrophy in HIV patients, taking 4-9 capsules daily in combination with their antiretroviral drugs, thus improving their quality of life significantly. We therefore recommend that you try taking our LIV capsules and see if this helps with the lipohypertrophy you have been experiencing. You should also regularly visit your doctor to report and monitor your ongoing side effects to antiretroviral drugs.

Headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, nightmares are side effects of antiretroviral drugs that affect the quality of life. Some side effects appear shortly after starting an antiretroviral drug and disappear within a few weeks as the body gets used to the new chemicals. This is often the case with nausea, diarrhea and headache, for example. We recommend to reduce the side effects you are experiencing from your antiretroviral drugs and to increase your CD4 count, and ensure it stays up, you try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications*. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and you should try to reduce your stress levels which will also improve your overall health and help increase your CD4 count. We also recommend that you visit your doctor regularly to report and monitor your side effects to antiretroviral drugs.

*According to the research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD mentioned earlier, LIV Capsules have been found to help reduce various side effects in HIV patients, taking 4-9 capsules daily in combination with the antiretroviral drugs, thus improving their quality of life significantly. Also, it has been found that the CD4 count in patients at Baan Gerda also increased by 67.34% after taking 4 LIV capsules daily for 12 months.

Like most medicines, antiretroviral drugs can cause side effects. These unwanted effects are often mild, but sometimes they are more serious and can have a major impact on your health and quality of life. Side effects vary from person to person and it is impossible to predict exactly how each individual will be affected. Some people take antiretroviral treatment for years with few problems, while others find the same drugs intolerable. Headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, nightmares are common side effects of antiretroviral drugs.

There are important things that you can do to maintain your CD4 count and ensure it stays up. We recommend that you try taking our LIV capsules in conjunction with your current antiretroviral medications*. You might also consider asking your doctor to change your antiretroviral medication if the side effects persist. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and you should try to reduce your stress levels which will also improve your overall health. We also recommend that you visit your doctor regularly to report and monitor your side effects to antiretroviral drugs.

*According to the research study conducted by Prof. Dr. Pichaet Wiriyachitra (Operation BIM Chief Investigator), Prof. Dr. Watchara Kasinrerk and Nopporn Pattanapornpun, MD mentioned earlier, LIV Capsules have been found to help reduce side effects including skin problems in HIV patients, taking 4-9 capsules daily in combination with their antiretroviral drugs, thus improving their quality of life significantly. Also, it is found that the CD4 count in patients at Baan Gerda is also increased by 67.34% after taking LIV 4 capsules daily for 12 months.


How does the HIV destroy immune system

1. Once in the body, HIV attaches to the receptors of white blood cells called T-lymphocytes (CD4).

2. HIV disguises itself in the white blood cells and uses its special enzymes to change its genes to become a part of the genetic information of the white blood cells .

3. Then it multiplies rapidly within the host white blood cells

4. Next it begins infecting the host cells very quickly until the host white blood cells are destroyed and the virus is disconnected from the host cells.

5. These viruses then go out and attack other white blood cells via the same process. The blood cells in our bodies are destroyed so fast that the body becomes more vulnerable to opportunistic infections, which weaken the immune system, leading to full blown AIDS.