Acute Hiv Infection Affect On Cbc
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Stanford University, School of MedicineDifficult to predict the CD4 count in the middle of an acute illness. Unlikely that a short course of amoxicillin will affect your numbers.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Even serious scientists can be seriously wrong, as in this case, for example. Read the archives for a thorough review of AIDS denialists and their repeatedly disproved cockeyed theories. I'll post a question from the archives... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineBlood cell counts are very nonspecific and would not be a good test to determine HIV status. During acute infection, and AIDS, the blood counts can be below normal levels. During HIV infection, a variety of variables including medications and... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineI can't explain these erratic results. Usually blood counts are more stable, unless there is acute blood loss or something affecting your bone marrow production of cells, but then it wouldn't just pop back up like that.... Read more »
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Posted by rmds, 1 Replyneed help and guidence from the experts on this board as i am extremely worried about catching the acute hiv infection. I am a 41 year male who has frequented few csw for the past 2 years (received uncovered oral from the girls few times). always... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 7 RepliesI got fever 4 weeks after a sex worker gave me unprotected oral sex. The fever was 99F with headache, weakness, night sweats, funny sensations in my body, tingling in my hands and feet. This fever has lasted 6 weeks and aint going. In the 2nd and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI understand CBC blood tests are not the way to diagnose HIV, but what does your WBC do in acute infection? Does it go up or down? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPrior to testing +, would a "normal" cbc be indicative to a possible "mid-range" -- or -- is their no correlation?
Also, what is deemed as chronic ARS -- in the forum's they seem to use this terminology with defining it...
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