Maximum Hcv Viral Load
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Stanford University, School of Medicine1. Viral loads can be at almost any level and people can have symptoms.2. Not dangerous3. Not been well studied.4. Because they still have cells in other body compartments outside the blood, which can still produce virus.... Read more »
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South African Treatment Guidelines Need to Consider Viral Load, Not CD4 Count, to Achieve Greater Impact of Treatment as Prevention: StudyThis article was reported by NAM aidsmap . NAM aidsmap reported on a study in which the researchers suggest that South Africa should change its recommendation for beginning antiretroviral therapy (ART) to get maximum benefit from treatment as... 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 Jackie__Blue, 1 ReplyStrange things going on. My husband can't go outside in the daylight without the back of his hands blistering. He has some other symptoms also. Seems it may be related to his liver.
The blisters may well be from Porphyria Cutanea Tarda (still... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIn a suicide attempt, a 27-year-old man injected himself in the brachial vein with 0.1 ml of blood that he had obtained, using the same insulin syringe, from a drug addict seropositive for HIV and HCV. Thirteen days after the injection, the man had... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPlease, can somebody help me. I am really frightened.
I had receptive anal sex (condom, but no lube so may have damaged condom) and gave oral sex on 7th Oct - i know my anus was was cut as it bled afterwards.
I lost about 10lbs over the 3-4th week... Read more »
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