What Blood Test Is Cd4
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for your post.Your labs show a fairly typical variation in the the range of the tests; most importantly, they show that your CD4 count is stable and within the normal range; your viral load is an "average" level (namely,... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineIt is unlikely that surgery alone would have resulted in an increase in viral load from undetectable to 54,000. If you are taking your medications as prescribed this really shouldn't have happened. Unless your virus, for whatever reason has... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicinePossibly. You don't indicate what your absolute CD4 count is. Given a CD4% of 13% it is likely your CD4 count is < 300. Although your viral load is on the low to moderate side, you CD4 count percent indicates pretty significant immune system... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineOverall CD4 increase and safety labs that you describe are reassuring and fairly typical (in a good way). CD4 response is highly variable with perhaps 20% NOT having a good increase despite suppression of HIV levels so you seem to be off to decent... Read more »
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Posted by yoshimi2, 1 ReplyI am going to have another test next week. But here in Ireland the only tests available are ag/ab blood analysis. They only do a PCR test if they find a positive result from the initial test. I dont know what to do. I feel so restricted. And I... Read more »
Posted by Brickwall, 2 RepliesAnyone that have had severe hiv related symptoms for a long time and still tested negative?
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Posted by asianboy, 1 ReplyI was tested positive last December 2010 (CD4=11), and was utterly devastated. My whole world came to a halt --- career, plans, everything. I thought that was the end of it.
In my recent blood test, my CD4 is now up to 88. I could've never been... Read more »
Posted by goloka, 2 RepliesIf you are recently infected, how long before your CD 4 is droped and WBC and CD 8 is up and ratio is inverted ?
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