... Cell Count is what is important as well as CD4 count. Although your WBC count is low, if all the cells are fully functioning and are being replaced at a normal rate of speed, then you are ok. ... (11 replies)
... t seen a doctor at all in several years, and deciding to finally get on top of my health i went in for a normal physical. the blood test came back indicating a wbc level of 370, and now i am worried to death. how likely is this an indicator of hiv infection? ... (11 replies)
... did white blood cell count as well which was a bit low 3.8 out side of the 4. ... (1 replies)
... I'm curious if you're not above the cutoff range for example if it's 1.0 lets say someone is 0.45-0.65(indeterminate or weakly reactive) and the negative cutoff value is <0.40. Would they report this indeterminate elisa and ask for another sample in a few weeks.
I think it's possible that they'll retest the sample and possibly do a WB although it's also possible that they... (1 replies)
... D4 cells throughout a long period of time, but, I read that during a short period of initial exposure to the virus, the WBC count appears low but then turns back to normal after awhile....What are your thoughts on that? ... (1 replies)
... pharyngitis, and myalgias. People are often misdiagnosed with "flu," a viral syndrome or mono. And you are right about the WBC, it would be low with ARS. ... (3 replies)