|aids viral load||1.35||1||5380||38|
|aids viral load count||1.11||0.5||8140||72|
|aids viral load range||0.37||0.4||6402||64|
|aids viral load levels||1.58||0.4||3901||64|
|aids viral load numbers||0.19||0.2||1867||65|
|high viral load aids||1.87||0.9||1143||38|
|hiv aids cd4 viral load||0.26||0.5||1553||48|
|hiv aids viral load||1.96||0.7||3948||15|
|viral load count for aids||1.81||1||3159||14|
An increase in viral load can occur for many reasons, such as: not taking antiretroviral medication consistently. the HIV has mutated (changed genetically) antiretroviral medication isn’t the right dose. a lab error occurred. having a concurrent illness.What does "viral load" mean?
Viral load is the amount of viral particles present in the blood stream, as detected by the proteins or building blocks of the virus, the RNA.What is an acceptable viral load?
A viral load exceeding 10,000 copies is considered to be high. Levels may be recorded in the tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands and even reach one million or more copies/mL. A viral load above 40,000 copies/mL is considered to be very high.