Disturbed Regulation Cd4 Cd8 Aids
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Norwegian,Your T-cell subsets really aren't all that "strange." T-cells are involved in many illnesses other than HIV, and often can have transient, very normal variations up and down. Have you excluded HIV infection?... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.Now what's all this nonsense about being too scared to get an HIV test? If you're old enough to have sex, you're old enough to man-up and take responsibility for your actions. Besides, when it comes to HIV disease, knowing is... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineIt is also important to know a couple of other numbers, what your CD4% is, and what your viral load results are. A normal CD4 count is between 500-1500 and a normal CD4% is between 30-50%. Your current CD4 count is just below the normal range. Many... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolThanks Jim - glad this helps.So - about these cell counts. We simplify the immune system to make it easier to count and report things. And one important simplification is this one - we can distinguish two major types of important cells in the... Read more »
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Posted by uglyduck, 4 RepliesAt, 18 days post exposure:
PCR = Undetectable (or as one of my HIV specialist said, NEGATIVE).
CD4: 476 (kind of low, but my HIV specialist says that is normal)
CD8: 494 (OK)
CD4/CD8 %: 27% (He says is OK).
Well, I just got my resutls and saw one of... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesDoes anybody know what other viral infections apart from HIV can cause an inverted CD4:CD8 ratio?
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Posted by tobeabetterman, 1 ReplyHi everyone , sorry to bother again .
I was once told by dear kicker and riverprincess that my 3 months result is conclusive , thank you very much with my best wishes , and I'm sorry I have bother you again .
Some new situation make me nervous again .... Read more »
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