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Author Topic: new lab results  (Read 1262 times)

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Offline hadasinparis

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new lab results
« on: May 03, 2011, 06:25:43 AM »

I just got my lab results. I have 551 cd4 instead of 490 two months ago and und. Since I got this syndrome of chronic fatigue my cd4 count went down from 800 six months ago ....Hopefully it will go up again.


Offline d-boy86

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Re: new lab results
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2011, 09:24:16 AM »
How long ago did you test positive?

I remember when I was seroconversing (which was only a year ago), my energy levels were extremely low. They picked up some before getting on meds, but since becoming undetectable, I'm pretty much back to normal now. So I'm sure you can expect the same.

551 and 490 isn't much of a change, especially depending as the CD4 can be different within about 100 CD4's throughout the day. You can expect your CD4's to increase though since you're now undetectable. If your energy levels don't increase naturually within the next month, try a multivitamin -- or you can start now since it actually won't do you any harm at all.


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