|How long after seroconversion will viral loads and CD4 counts be the "baseline?"
Jul 10, 2007
I tested positive June 17th after being sick for a month. I had only felt better for two days when my labs were done. (062007)
I am going to see someone at a university HIV clinic 071207.
My question: If I indeed had ARS when my labs were taken, how long, at what frequency and when will my levels be considered "baseline?"
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
If you tested "positive", then by definition, you weren't seroconverting. If there's any doubt, a repeat set of labs when you see the HIV clinic (a month after the first labs) would help sort out the issue.
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