Jan 6, 2013
What is the test that tells you if you are undetecable i'm not sure but what ever test that shows my numbers r low but can they go down to 0 it may b the viral load.Sorry for the confusion.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
The HIV viral load is usually reported as copies/ml, or if below the level of assay detection, the result may say undetectable. It would be unusual to see a viral load report that says zero copies.
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