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650 TCELL
Dec 4, 2005

A friend of mine who has HIV told me that his doctor started him on medication when his TCELL count was 650 and a fairly low viral load. He was having night sweats and cramping. Does this sound accurate and would someone start to experience those symptoms with such a fairly high TCell count?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

It is possible depending on what the underlying cause for these symptoms were, and what the CD4 count/percentage trend over time was.



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