Implication of Changes
Jan 30, 2006
I was infected in April, 2005.
My September lab results were T-Cell 841, 27.6% and Viral Load was 214,000.
Four months later in January the T-Cell count was 522, 34% and Viral Load 49,717.
I'm a 56 year old white male.
Any insight on what is happening?
Thanks a lot!
Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
I can't be sure, but assuming that your health was good for both tests, you're seeing a somewhat larger variation in the tests than average, but your numbers in aggregate seem better in January than previous.
Good luck, BY
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