Viral Load for HIV and CD4 Count Test
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Viral Load for HIV and CD4 Count Test

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Viral load for HIV is a measure of the amount or quantity of HIV present in 1 ml of blood. This is used to monitor the goal of therapy when a person is taking anti-retroviral therapy for HIV. With the therapy, the viral load should become undetectable over a period of time. This is the time when a person becomes safe for themselves and will also not transmit HIV to anyone else through sexual contact.
The other measure for monitoring the well being of an HIV positive person is the CD4 count. This indirectly measures the immunity of a person to fight infections. The higher the viral load, the faster CD4 count will fall. With undetectable viral load, the CD4 count is expected to be normal.

Viral Load for HIV and CD4 Count Test
Home sample collection:
Free of cost
Report discussion with experts:
Telephonic discussion for every report & full analysis of reports.
What does it test for?
1. Viral load for HIV 1
2. Absolute CD 4 count
Where should I get tested?
We have around 8000+ lab centers pan India. You need to book the slot online. You can choose either home/office sample pickup or lab visit while booking the slot. Once the slot is booked, you will receive a call from our executive. They will assist you in every possible manner.
When to test?
*The turnaround time for reports is the estimated time. Rarely , the reports may take longer to come due to logistics issues, any public holiday or circumstances beyond our control.
  • Why get tested?

    If you had a potential exposure/s, it makes sense to get tested since there may only be a flu like syndrome or no symptopms at all, if there is HIV infection. Getting tested is the only way to know your status and going by symptoms is not right. Often people misinterpret any flu like symptoms with HIV, without geting tested , which causes unnecessary worries. In a majority of such cases, no HIV is detected.

    HIV if detecetd early is easy to treat with life expectancy being near normal to normal and quality of life, as good as before. If you had no potential exposure, even then CDC recommends that between the age of 13 and 64 , everyone should get tested for HIV once in their lifetimes.

  • How is HIV transmitted ?

    The most common ways of HIV transmission are (a) having sex with a person who has hiv (b) blood transfusion with infected blood (c) use of infected needles or devices (d) mother to baby during pregnancy, delivery or breastfeeding

  • Do condoms protect against HIV ?

    Yes. Latex condoms , if used properly, are very effective. The chances of HIV transmission are very low if condom is used properly.

  • Does oral sex transmit HIV ?

    Rarely. Oral sex has the least risk. The highest risk is with anal sex, followed by vaginal sex.

  • Is HIV a strong virus ?

    HIV is a weak virus, that is not transmitted easily. It is heat labile and does not survive more than a few minutes if exposed to external environment.

  • Can I diagnose HIV with my symptoms?

    The symptoms of HIV are the same as that of common flu. Hence, you must never relate your symptoms with HIV. If you had a potential exposure , getting tested is the best way to know.

  • What if I do have HIV ?

    HIV is easy to treat now, provided it is diagnosed early. One just needs to take one pill in a day. People with HIV live normal and high quality life.

  • What is AIDS?

    HIV , if left untreated, leads to AIDS in 5 to 10 years time. The good news is, with treatment, HIV does not convert to AIDS. HIV is not even detectable in the blood, after goal of therapy is achieved.