How Fast Does Viral Load Increase
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Stanford University, School of MedicineI am not sure I would have come to those conclusions so soon after seroconversion. Usually we wait about 3-6 months after seroconversion to determine what people's viral load "setpoint" is in the absence of treatment. The setpoint is... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationDear Friend,Congratulations on getting your viral load under control! I fully realize the effort it takes to adhere to these complex and potent medications especially when their side effects are so unpleasant! First regarding the... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,HIV disease can be quite variable from person to person. Not everyone's clinical course follows the usual pattern. There are some well-known potential causes of rapid drops in CD4 and concurrent rises in HIV plasma viral load. They would... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Nutrition can be a confusing topic, particularly when broken down to the level of vitamin, mineral and micronutrient components. As it turns out, not having enough (a deficiency) can lead to problems. However, over-supplementing can lead to... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI read an acticle about coffee increasing viral load has anyone else read this?
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Posted by mentaluproar, 1 ReplyI was diagnosed last month, after dating a positive for 2 years. I have been tested every 6 months and nothing has ever shown up, except for various other STDs my ex brought home to me. We used protection and I was there for him. (Actually, I... Read more »
Posted by qqq1, 1 ReplyI recently had an encounter with a guy where pre cum got on my hand and shirt. I found out that he is hiv positive with an undetectable viral load, so he claims. After the incident I believe I washed my hands, but precum was still on my shirt and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes the viral load go up after exposure or during ARS ?
And then does it go back down after 6 months? Read more »
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