A description of CD4 count and what it measures (part of the Just Diagnosed program), from the VA National HIV/AIDS website.
The CD4 count is a test that measures how many CD4 cells you have in your blood. These are a type of white blood cell, called T-cells, that.
The CD4 cell count of a person who does not have HIV can be anything between If you have a lower CD4 cell count, then you may have some additional tests.
My question is why I do not get tested for viral load every 4 months as well? counts and low viral load, that a viral load test once or twice a year is probably fine; and . I tested HIV positive in with a CD4 count of
HIV most often infects CD4 cells. The virus becomes part of the cells, and when they.
A single CD4 or viral load test result only represents The goal of HIV therapy is to reduce or suppress the.