Does Turmeric Reduce Cd4
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,You are correct: The CD4% is generally considered the more accurate indicator of immune integrity, as it doesn't tend to fluctuate as much due to intercurrent illnesses and other non-HIV-related factors. (See below.)Regarding beginning... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineCD4 cells are a type of immune cell that is critical in preventing and controlling many kinds of infections. HIV infection preferentially infects CD4 cells and reduces their number, thereby putting a person at risk for developing opportunistic... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineI agree with your doctor regarding your CD4 counts. Although your CD4 count is well within the normal range, your CD4% has decreased modestly. And yes, you can have a CD4% that is reduced like that. Although there is no urgency to start HIV meds, if... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe CD4% could be reduced because of acute infection. I would expect it to increase at least up to about 20% or more. If on repeat it continues to stay down, you may need to consider HIV treatment sooner rather than later.... Read more »
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Posted by shannon, 2 RepliesHey there. Good but confusing news at our house.
David was inititially diagnosed about two months ago. His CD4 was 240.
Since then he has made serious nutrition changes (based on recommendations in a book by a dietician specializing in HIV) and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 7 RepliesHi from Italy.
I'm HIV+ since Feb 00 and I discovered my status in June.
Since then I have regularly checked my situation having always high VL (from 60K to 240K) and high CD4 (from 750 to 1000).
My last analysis are VL: 200K and CD4: 907.
My doctor is... Read more »
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 »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyCual es el % de CD4 de una persoan infectada en su primer ao de exposicion? gracias!! Read more »
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