If you are recently infected
Sep 15, 2011
but did not get any acute retroviral symptoms/illness while converting, might that mean your body is handling the build up of the viral load better? In other words, is your body better equipped to deal with hiv? Or does that mean nothing at all?
Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thank you for posting.
There's no significant correlation between acute retroviral symptoms and HIV prognosis (or viral loads).
Best of health to you, BY
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