... After you realize that you have acquired HIV from your sexual encounter the first thing comes into mind lets search it on net and find the answer for your worry, questions and tension. ... (10 replies)
... After doing this I read on net that oral sex can also be risk for HIV and It made me so worried and I read more and more about symptoms and other details about HIV. ... (10 replies)
... Please do not go down the symptom road. Any symptoms from HIV acute infection are non specific, meaning they are the same exact symptoms of most any common infection. ... (3 replies)
... Stomach illnesses and sicknesses never occurred before HIV?
He is 100% correct....
HIV is never, EVER diagnosed by symptoms, because the symptoms that do happen are so non specific that it makes no sense. In other words, a common cold or virus is FAR more likely to be the root of symptoms.
Stop chasing symptoms. I would personally take that 10... (9 replies)
... If you had unprotected sex then only a 3 month test is conclusive as per the CDC guidelines. ... (3 replies)
... I met a girl 2 weeks ago and she's a real sweetheart. However, am just too afraid to take the relationship further. Although you have assured me that my 39 days test after exposure was conclusive due to my low exposure, however I just keep on reading that 3 month is the gold standard no matter what the risk was . ... (8 replies)
... they are a great indicator of what your HIV status is. ... (11 replies)
... My first test was at the 10 day mark, a certain "Viral Load" test which they had guaranteed me to be highly accurate at 7 days of potential exposure. Fortunately, it came back Negative. ... (11 replies)
... r. I must of had the semen inside my mouth for less than 10 seconds but i have read and heard that although minimal, there is still risk of being infected by the HIV virus. I do not recall having any open cuts or abrasions inside my mouth but I am still terrified. ... (6 replies)
... Well you need to take std and HIV tests. ... (13 replies)
... Buddy you being scared does not give you HIV. You were not exposed to HIV and your tests (which you did not even need) proves you have not got HIV.
Kevin. (15 replies)
... but my test is 4 generation? ... (15 replies)
... Why should I if 3 month is conclusive? ... (22 replies)
... Look mate, given the circumstances you are concerned about and the two tests you have already taken, your confirmation test is now a walk in the park. Enjoy the weekend and stop worrying about this. ... (26 replies)
... A test that tests for antigen and antibodys is a 4th generation test and its called a combo or duo, they are the most common although their are lesser common tests brand names. 2nd generation tests only test for antibodys. ... (12 replies)
... I realize it is not conclusive, but just trying to possibly put my mind at rest until I can get tested at the 3 month mark for conclusive results. ... (10 replies)
... no matter what generation it was?
and thank you (5 replies)
... A 3 month test is final and conclusive to what ever risk that was, the facts are quiet clear you do not have HIV and you do not need to test again. ... (5 replies)
... Best advice I can give, forget about this and enjoy your holiday but for the record only a 3 month test is conclusive although a 6 week test is a good indication of your status. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks so much, I feel very relieved. I will still get my 3 month conclusive test but at least now I can stop worrying as much and focus on what is really wrong with my body. ... (3 replies)