My Aunt collapsed a week ago while she was at work. She was flown to a major hostpital. They thought she had a stroke, turns out it wasn't a stroke. Few days later, the doctor told my mom she was HIV+. My Aunt has not been in our lives very much and has avoided us over the years. She has been in a series of awful relationships. She has no family except my mom and my other Aunt. My mom and my other Aunt are in charge of her medical care because my Aunt is STILL unresponsive. My questions are not getting answered online via web searches so I thought I might try the real experts: those who are going through it. Im very worried about my Aunt. She has a tcell count of 60, encepalitis, TB, herpes, MRSA, thrush, DVT in her leg, she also had a pulmonary embolism and possibably pneumonia. She is on a feeding tube and she was just moved out of the trauma center at the hospital. I went to visit her because I wanted her to know how much I love her NO matter what. She didn't seem to even recognize me. Can anyone tell if she is at the end of this? We have been trying to put the peices together. I think she was in denial about possibably having HIV and let it go untreated. Who does that anymore? All she had to do was get treated and she would be fine today.....Who knows how long she has had it, but really I don't care. I just want to know what to expect. Will she pull through? Can anyone help me understand what she is going through and what will happen? Is her situation bad?