Hepititis C Viral Load
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Tufts University School of MedicineThe risk to the fetus is low.1. The risk of transmission is about 5 percent. Even less if the mother has a low viral load.2. Even if the baby acquires HCV, there is a higher chance of clearing the infection spontaneously, than in adults.3. Children... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThat means you are chronically infected with HCV. That is also a low viral load level for HCV infection.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThat would be a low viral load.... Read more »
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Posted by Courtkidx, 1 ReplyI just got these results via phone and im just curious if anyone can tell me if I should be worried about my semi high viral load? I know my cd4 count is good. I am newly diagnosed as of dec. 30, 2009. Any info would be appreciated. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes the viral load go up after exposure or during ARS ?
And then does it go back down after 6 months? Read more »
Posted by Lilly, 2 RepliesWhen starting to think about treatment, does either counts (cd4s or viral load) play a bigger role? My viral load has recently dropped, but so has my cd4's. My counts are all still at a comfortable level for me with no meds, but at the clinic... Read more »
Posted by kaliboo, 2 RepliesI've been trying to find out what your viral load is (approximately, of course) shortly after being infected... and have had no luck...
So I guess I'm just wondering... what was your viral load when it was first tested? Read more »
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