CD4 counts in healthy people
Oct 30, 2010
My most recent blood test indicated a CD4 cell count of 601 which is the highest it has been since I was diagnosed ten years ago. It has usually been in the 300-400 region. My medication has not changed for over 3 years (My regime is STOCRIN and KIVEXA) This prompted my question to my doctor which she was unable to answer. I am 64 year old male and would like to know what the average CD4 count for a healthy person without HIV averages out at?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
The norml CD4 count range is 500-1500. So you are in great shape.
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