Change on Condition
Sep 18, 2000
When my partner tested positive his Viral load was 24,000 and T-Cell count was 756. Three months later he tested again and now his Viral Load is 60,000+ and T-Cell count is 526. What does this mean? And shouldn't we be starting an agressive therapy?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
I would repeat those tests. If the trend is the same, I would probably recommend starting treatment.
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