|how fast should VL go down?
Feb 17, 2008
Treatment naive with a resistant virus.
Think provider has found a combo that hopefully will work now that CD4 has dipped twice into the high 200's.
Starting meds with a fairly low VL: 2,700, never has been above 16,000. Would this mean that viral load will drop to UD faster since it's already low or doesn't it make any difference.
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Perhaps. But depending on the potency of the HIV regimen against a resistant virus, it might take longer than if the virus had no resistance at that viral load.
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