Antibody-Lymph Node Relationship
Feb 14, 2002
If one has persistent generalized swollen lymph glands beginning 8 months post exposure but has tested negative for HIV antibodies at 11 months post exposure, can it be assumed that something other than HIV is causing the PGL, i.e., would PGL at this point almost guarantee that the body was fighting HIV with antibodies?
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Response from Dr. Holodniy
Yes and yes.
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