|Should I expect something bad to happen to me?
Apr 24, 2011
I am 6 months infected now. Initial test: CD4 725 VL 74,000. Second test: CD4 975 VL undetectable. Third test at 6 months: CD4 1345 VL undetectable. I feel great, on Truvada/Isentress. I look great. I seem to be doing better than my colleagues of the same age (58). Am I a foolish to expect something 'awful' is going occur to me?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
You have had a fabulous response to treatment. I wouldn't dwell on the negative aspects, but embrace the excellent ongoing response to treatment that you have had.
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