would somebody, please answer. How accurate is elisa at 7 weeks? considering my rapid decline in cd4, though slight decline in cd4% should I be worried. I only had protected sex. However, I have contratced hcv.
after having sex with her, i used the same hand to gargle 5-6 times. I do not rember if i washed my hands or not.
Would someone , please answer. can any other infection cause such a drastic decline in cd4 in such a short time? can coinfection with hcv change the time for production of antibodies?
I also had cold sores. Can Herpes virus possible reduce cd4 count. I am massively stressed and have not been sleeping or eating for the last two days.
If you used a condom there is not an hiv issue. And a person seeking results does not go on percentages but conclusions and 3 months is the number.
Many things can cause a drop including fatigue and other virus other than hiv.
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