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Offline lucas clay

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« on: August 13, 2009, 03:38:43 PM »
CD4'S FELL FROM 675 TO 328


Offline MOONLIGHT1114

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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2009, 04:11:33 PM »
Hi Lucas~

Long time no see,my friend.  So sorry to hear about the numbers.  Have you been on your current regimen for long?  The same thing happened to me in 2002 after being on the PIs for six years, and I demanded a genotype from my doc.  I ended up switching meds.  Thinking of you, my friend.

HIV+ since '93, 1/12 - CD4 785 and undet.   WOO-HOO!!

Offline RapidRod

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« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2009, 06:26:09 PM »
CD4'S FELL FROM 675 TO 328

What happened B, do you know?


Offline skeebo1969

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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2009, 04:59:00 AM »

    Hey man long time no see.  Was wondering about you the other day.  Are you stressing over things?  Not meaning to pry, but if you still have my number you can call if you need to talk.  Regarding the numbers I know it bothers you, but has your doc ordered another count to see if this was correct?  You never know, but several factors could of perhaps played a role in the decline.

  I hope you are keeping your chin up; I know it is tough sometimes but as they say there  always is tomorrow.
I despise the song Love is in the Air, you should too.

Offline elf

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« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2009, 03:58:27 PM »
Hi there.
Has CD4% changed too?  :(
Getting used to my breakfasts with a pill of Complera.

Offline sreamer17ydr

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« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2009, 08:41:57 PM »
Aww im sorry your numbers went down. I had a cd4 count done in September of 2008 when i was HIV negative and I had a CD4 count of 1100... and I tested poz back July 1st 2009 this year and My first initial lab results came back today August 19th, and My CD4 count is now 566 so mine has dropped since acquiring HIV, not on meds yet but I told my doc i want to start ASAP but we awaiting my genotype results. ALl my other results, blood work std cholesterol, lipid panels, CBC, etc all came back and everything i was tested for is normal just my genotype the only one we waiting for now. My next appointment is October 21! 
07/01/09: Tested Poz
08/19/09:20,653           CD4: 566
11/10/09:57,673           CD4: 623
12/13/09:60,000           CD4: 400
02/1/10: 67,000            CD4: 600
02/16/10: Started Atripla
03/29/10: Undetectable, CD4:720
10/27/10: Undetectable, CD4:620
04/20/11: Undetectable, CD4: 816
09/21/11: Undetectable, CD4: 823
02/21/12: Undetectable, CD4: 727
09/24/12: Undetectable, CD4: 654
04/22/13: Undetectable, CD4: 768
10/21/13: Undetectable, CD4: 798 :49%
04/28/14: Undetectable: CD4: 849 :51%
10/27/14: Undetectable, CD4: 654 :51%
04/01/15: Undetectable, CD4: 623 :43%
11/09/15: Undetectable  CD4  757 :45.9
01/22/16: Started Genvoya
04/08/16: Undetectable, CD4:860: 46.9%


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