The version of the virus I acquired had already developed resistance to non-nucleosides. With many of the gene editing therapies in the pipeline targeting the CCR5 gene, I'm wondering if my variant requires that gene to infect a cell?
I read recently that, even though longevity is increasing for HIV+ people, people who begin treatment with a low CD4 count will probably live a shorter period of time. Do you feel this is true?
My viral load is 16,100. Is it possible that I can pass HIV to someone else, even if I only had sex with them three times?
It is understood that HIV can only be detected by blood samples. Am I right or wrong? Why can't semen be tested for traces of HIV?
My husband was diagnosed with AIDS. He had thrush, cryptococcal meningitis, and now the fly. His counts are holding steady (undectable at times) but he's so frail looking. How long can one live like this?
I was diagnosed with HIV seven years ago with a CD4 of 150 and viral load of 3,000. I started treatment and today I have an undetectable viral load and CD4 of 840. Is my evolution until today good?
Deer sir My xpert hiv-1 viral load assay report is HIV DETECTED <40 Copies/ml Sir i want to now how long i well live Cd4 count 96 :cd4%6 ::cd8 count 1079:cd8%69 Sir pellz say about this question
Hi, I was wondering: I am positive from 2012, taking treatment from early 2013; vl underectable and cd4 from 550 to 750. Are there any chance hiv status create me other healthy issues? What can I do to prevent such situations? I worry for any other ...
Hi. I work in Argentina with HIV-patients. The loss of CD4 despite undetectable viral load is (fortunately!!) very uncommon. However, is an intriguing and disturbing situation, not only for patients... Do you have some new answer for this? May you sh...
One lung is completely Filled. Breathing is Labour,with Oxygen. AIDS patient. Is, person Dying.