May 16, 2010
My labs were 1975 "undetectable", what does this really mean,is the virus gone? what are good and bad counts?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Undetectable means that the viral load is not detectable/quantifiable in the blood for that particular assay. It does not mean the virus is gone. A high viral load is anything above 100,000.
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