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Author Topic: new results are back  (Read 2160 times)

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Offline angelofdreams

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new results are back
« on: October 19, 2006, 05:03:39 PM »
hey all,

just a quick update,
wouldnt say they are to bad,
Viral load is now 247,000
this is down from my previous count of 3,000,000
My CD4 is 450
that fell a bit from 490

all by all that isnt to bad i would say

To live would be a awefully big adventure

Offline Jeffreyj

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Re: new results are back
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2006, 06:39:46 PM »
It is very encouraging to see that HUGE drop in the VL. Congrats you really should be thrilled with that. And your T-cells, though a tad lower, are certainly good enough. Keep up the good work!
Positive since 1985

Offline Eldon

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Re: new results are back
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2006, 12:05:54 AM »
Hey Angel,

It is GOOD news that your Viral Load has decreased. Your CD4's are also looking GOOD as well. Take care of yourself.

Make the BEST of each Day!

Offline Blixer

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Re: new results are back
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2006, 08:38:46 PM »
Thanks for sharing that news!  I think the tremendous drop in VL is truly fantastic news.  And the CD4 change is relatively insignificant.  My CD4 bounces all over the place.  Did you get a CD4%.  If that is unchanged then the absolute CD4 count change is truly insignificant.
Diagnosed 1/9/06
8/27/2007 CD4 598, 29%, VL 58 (72 wks)
11/19/2007 CD4 609, 30%, VL < 50 (84 wks)
2/11/2008 CD4 439, 27%, VL <50 (96 wks)
5/5/2008 CD4 535, 28%, VL <50 (108 wks)
10/20/2008 CD4 680, 28%, VL <50 (132 wks)
Changed to Atripla in 2012
1/14/2013 CD4 855, 35%, VL <40

Offline angelofdreams

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Re: new results are back
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2006, 09:12:17 PM »
havrent got the percentage atm
got the result by letter and forgot to ask my doc to send those as well
To live would be a awefully big adventure


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