A normal CD4 count ranges from 500–1,200 cells/mm3 in adults and teens. In general, a normal CD4 count means that your immune system is not yet significantly affected by HIV infection.
Is a CD4 count of 300 good?
As long as your viral load stays undetectable, frequent CD4 counts arent useful. If your CD4 level stays at 300 to 500 cells per microliter (cells/μL), you should get the CD4 test only once a year. If your CD4 level is over 500 cells/μL, you shouldnt need more CD4 tests, unless your condition changes.
Is CD4 count of 400 good?
The normal range for a CD4 count in an HIV negative person is between 400 and 1,600. This range covers 19 out of every 20 people (95%). But 1 in 20 HIV negative people (5%) have a normal CD4 count that is either less than 400 or higher than 1600.
Is CD4 count of 350 good?
Starting treatment with a CD4 count between 350-499 cells/mm3, instead of delaying until it falls below 350, may reduce the risk of death by up to a third and lower the risk of AIDS progression by up to one half, according to a study published in the journal AIDS.