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Author Topic: Not too shabby...  (Read 702 times)

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Offline SoSadTooBad

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Not too shabby...
« on: January 26, 2010, 11:11:31 PM »
Newest labs...

VL:  <40

CD4:  455 (been this way for about 2 years - started at 78 four years ago, so really happy)

CD4%:  39  (seems high for the absolute #, but doctor seemed fine with it when I asked)

Not sure how many chicken wings it would take to bomb my cholesterol, but somehow my cholesterol was 142. 

Anyway, gonna pop my Atripla and get some sleep.  :-)

Offline chguy78

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Re: Not too shabby...
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2010, 11:39:49 PM »
great news!  that atripla's doing the job
01/11: CD4=753 (36%), VL=Undetectable
07/10: CD4=531 (33%), VL=Undetectable
04/10: CD4=746 (33%), VL=Undetectable
01/10: CD4=566 (35%), VL=Undetectable
10/09: CD4=436 (31%), VL=405
07/09: CD4=631 (27%), VL=847
06/09: Started: Truvada, Reyataz, Norvir
05/09: CD4=426 (28%), VL=38,300
04/09: Positive; CD4=466 (28%), VL=39,700
10/08: Negative

Offline tednlou2

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Re: Not too shabby...
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2010, 12:02:03 AM »
Good news!  I still don't understand % fully.  I read one description where they equated it to red and green apples in a basket.  I think they said % made up of CD4 and CD8.  It is still confusing to me.  All I know is that I want to keep it above 20%--above 14% for sure.

Best of luck!

 


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