– Thika Level 5 Hospital insists Ann’s could be a case of low viral load
– Doctors at the facility have urged the mum to contact them so she can continue taking medication
– The hospital is sure kits used back in 2017 were not faulty therefore Ann’s allegations are a unique case
Ann Wambui, a mother of two who believes her life was destroyed by Thika Level 5 Hospital has been told that she still could be ill.
The single mum had accused the facility of giving a false diagnosis when she went to get tested for HIV/AIDS back in 2017.
However, doctors at the health facility insist Ann could still be ill and her recent negative diagnosis could be a result of a low viral load.
Speaking to NTV, medics at the hospital called upon Ann to still continue taking her medication religiously and agree to undergo a series of tests.
They further explained that for the hospital to be completely certain about whether or not Ann’s allegations are true, she will have to be cooperative.
“Most of the time when you have taken the drugs and they are effective, the viral load reaches undetectable levels,” Grace Muthoni a doctor said.
The hospital further insists the kits that were used to test Ann back in 2017 were not faulty.
Ann believes she is not positive and has been seeking alternative answers ever since she received her results.
According to the mother of two, she has undergone six tests that revealed she is indeed not infected.
The lady had narrated how her life came to a standstill when she and her husband learnt of her diagnosis.
Ann said her marriage was broken as a result and she slipped into depression afterwards.
“There is a time I came home and mixed rat poison with the intention of taking it,” she said.
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