Lab Data Post Diagnosis Of AIDS
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Stanford University, School of MedicineYou don't indicate what your CD4 count or HIV viral load results are. These other results appear to be in the normal range.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineA crude way would be to multiply the total white blood cell count (WBC) by the percentage of lymphocytes. Take your CD4 count and divide by the previous number. This of course does not take into account other types of lymphocytes like b cells and... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineYes to all of those tests. However, those elevations or decreases are all very nonspecific and could occur in a variety of infections.MH... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Both you and your doctor are not certain if you are HIV positive or not and yet you've run three sets of T-cell subsets and HIV PCR RNA viral load tests? This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. You have not repeated your indeterminate... Read more »
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Posted by PositiveInPVD, 5 RepliesWell, just some words of encouragement for anyone who is particularly new to this whole thing. After diagnosis in Dec 2002 when I was in very bad shape by the time we found out it was HIV (CD4 = 50, VL >650,000, thrush, wasting, all that bad... Read more »
Posted by cowtownpoz, 4 RepliesHello all- I was diagnosed about a month ago and have been reading posts on here since then. It seems there are a lot of good people on here, and I need that right now. About me- 28 y/o male in Columbus, OH, otherwise pretty healthy.
I just... Read more »
Posted by bluewindow, 3 Replieshello all. i got my first lab results yesterday and i would like to share them with you.
I ve been infected sometime between Nov 2007 and July 2008. i believe i am hiv pos for at least 4 months. I did another blood test... Read more »
Posted by Hneedlove, 1 ReplyMy advice to someone who just found out that they're positive would be to tell them, don't feel like it's your fault that you made a mistake, and it's your fault and that life is over.
Life is not over. Seek support wherever you can get it, from... Read more »
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