Eosinophilic Folliculitis Hiv Cd4
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Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeIt is very difficult to make a diagnosis without seeing the rash and knowing more information about your CD4 count, etc. Still, I think the best thing for you at this point is to get a definitive diagnosis. A skin biopsy would be helpful and I would... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineNo worries. The absolute CD4 count can fluctuate. A more stable number over time is the CD4% which has continued to increase, but likely will be at a plateau now, which is fine. Crestor has nothing to do with this. I agree with your doctor.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineSounds like you have had a great virologic response, but your CD4 cells have not increased that much. Your percentage is significantly higher than before you started treatment. I suspect that your total white blood cell (WBC) and/or lymphocyte is... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey College Guy,I'll reprint below some information about absolute CD4 cell counts and CD4%. The CD4% is the more accurate test, as it is less susceptible to variations related to concurrent phenomena (diurnal variation, other infections, etc.)... Read more »
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Posted by Mauell, 1 ReplyHello everybody, could someone please describe me what is and how is Eosinophilic folliculitis. Thanks in advance 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 »
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Posted by jniteowl69, 4 RepliesIwas just recently tested pos. I have been getting flu like sympthons alot and I have lost over 100 lbs,my lmp.nodes are swallon and I get tired really easy my cd4 is 999 and my vl is in 37 thousand ,is this normal to be getting these sympthons? I Read more »
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