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Hi, Thanks for your answer CD4 count 400 above is good. Additional details follo

  1. profile image48
    kitronposted 7 years ago

    Hi, Thanks for your answer CD4 count 400 above is good. Additional details follow.

    TEST REPORTS.  March 2011

    HIV VIRAL LOAD
    Hiv-1 viral load by COBAS TAQMAN             544

    Lymphocyte enumeration

    % CD3+/CD45+ (T- CELLS)                81.2
    ABSOLUTE CD3+ LYMPHOCYTE COUNT        1504
    %CD3+/CD4+ (T-HELPER CELLS)            L - 15.7      (26  48)
    ABSOLUTE CD4+ LYMPHOCYTE COUNT        L – 291      (354   -1100)
    % CD3+/CD8+ T-SUPPRESSOR CELLS)        H - 58.5      (18  - 41)
    ABSOLUTE CD8+ LYMPHOCYTE COUNT        H- 1084      (192  -980)
    CD4/CD8 RATIO                        L - 0.27       (.57   - 2.03)

    With this reading above, what is my chance? Humble Salutations!

  2. stefancando profile image68
    stefancandoposted 7 years ago

    Firstly I'd like to say that i'm still just a medical student and maybe my advice is not the best out there.

    I would say that you have a good chance of keeping your virus well controlled, but it is important to find a good AIDS specialist in your area and get appropriate antiviral treatment and most importantly, regular check-ups. The doctor may also give you other drugs to take, such as antibiotics to prevent infection because that's the major concern with HIV infection.

    Your test results, at least in theory, are not that bad, you have a moderate viral load, your CD4's could be a bit higher for confort. The most important thing still is to have a good relationship with an HIV specialist.
    Regular check-ups, a healthy lifestyle, regular exercise, a well followed treatment - if you do these things you'll be doing well for a very long time! Even if HIV is not curable yet, it is still very manageable.

    Good luck!

 
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