Can An Hiv Positive Person Have Normal Ranges In A Cbc
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Rocky Mountain CARESA normal CD4 count ranges from 350-1500 cells/mm3. The CD4 percentage is normally between 30 and 60%.A positive HIV viral load is only positive in persons with HIV infection-- i.e., it is highly unusual to have a false positive viral load test,... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Mike,I wish it were that easy, but unfortunately, it's not. A CBC test is a complete blood count. While it's good news that your CBC is normal, this, however, does not let you know if you are HIV-infected. To determine if you're... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,CBC (complete blood count) tests cannot be used to diagnose HIV disease. The only way to diagnose HIV disease is to get a specific test for the virus. (See below.)Dr. BobCBC and HIVAug 5, 2007 If a CBC cant rule out nor suggest possible HIV why... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and so sorry to hear about your husband.Unfortunately, you cannot determine the time of infection on the basis of either CD4 or viral load testing. On the basis of his low viral load, it would appear that he (or his immune system) is indeed... Read more »
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Posted by Jennm, 5 RepliesHello,i just have a question about the CBC blood work. Somebody brought up to me that when they tested positive their complete blood work panel was thrown off, which prompted an HIV test. I am wondering if anybody else has gotten back irregular... 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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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIs there anyone else out there who has been infected for 10+ years who is not requiring meds and has a been getting CBC results well within the normal ranges (ie: RBC, WBC, etc..)? Please share. Read more »
Posted by rustychaucer5968, 1 ReplyHey everyone,
I am venting.
I just received my blood test today. I tested for my CBC (Complete Blood Count). I will get my results from my doctor tomorrow. I am scared because I hope my White blood cells are within normal range which I doubt because... Read more »
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