|Resisting Effects of Meds?
Oct 31, 2000
Hi there Doctor:
Been on Viracept+AZT+Epivir for about 9 months now. Was undetectable for 8 months and then went to the doctor for my 2.5-3 month checkup and my viral load went from zero on August 1st to 750 this time around. My doctor says he is VERY pleased with how I am doing and feels there is nothing to worry about and would laugh at the idea of changing anything. He thinks 750 could've been a day where there was some virus in my blood "at that moment" but doesn't mean anything at sucha low level. He says he as seen people, like a friend of mine go from 0-30,000 back to 0 and up to 60,000 etc.. LIke a roller coaster. What is your opinion of this situation? 750 seems like although not a signifigant viral load, that there is resistance. But I have heard that a viral load slightly above the "undetectable" range is not really anything that indicates your therapy is failing you.
Thanks doctor Jason
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
I assume "undetectable" meant MH
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