|Undetectable and not on meds
Mar 19, 2005
Hi!! I have been HIV positive for a little over 2 years, I converted & found out only 2 months after I was exposed. My viral load has ranged from 4,000-16,000, going up and down. My CD+4 has been from 417-750, again varying each lab draw. I have not had to start any medicines. My most recent labs showed my Viral Load to be <50 undetectable. My CD+4 rose from 417 to 537. The question is, Is it possible for my Viral Load to really have gone undetectable on its own? Or is there probably an error in the test. I have already had labs drawn again and will get those results in about 2 weeks. Thanks SO MUCH!
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
It is possible in a very small subset of patients.
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