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viral load

Mar 22, 2015

I was just diagnosed with HIV and I received my viral load of 3918 and my CD4 of 500. I was wondering if from these numbers is it possible to figure out how long the virus has been in my system?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

No, these lab test values cannot tell you how long you have been infected. They also indicate a low viral load and normal CD4 count.



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