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... I had protected sex and unprotected sex with a csw, since then I am experiencing hiv symptoms, I have tested several times all with negative results. ... (1 replies)
... The labeling that came with your test should indicate that. I wouldn't worry about different versions of the test. ... (1 replies)
... They say 6 weeks because the p24 antigen which is part of the hIV virus I believe is produced during the first 4 weeks or so after which is dies down because of the antibodies which are produced by your body. ... (3 replies)

... That's what I want to know too. I have been told 28 days, 50 days, 3 months, 30 days. As far as I am aware, the ELISA 4th Generation combo tests look for he p24 antigen and also antibodies. ... (8 replies)
... It would be pointless to do so since everybody who gets infected will test positive after three months. They most certainly administered a standard antibody test which is reliable after three months. ... (1 replies)
... months back i did a insertive oral sex with unkown women, dont know her HIV status, she did not have any visible blood in salvia , and i also did not have any cuts or wounds on my pennise . ... (3 replies)
... First of all, thanks for your answer. The first part of this sentence was definitely what I needed to hear. As for the CDC guidelines - yup, that made me think, too. Health care provision is equally good in both countries, as far as I can judge. So the difference - 6 weeks vs 12 weeks - made me uneasy. Of course I trust 'my' health care institute (that is, when I'm not... (3 replies)
... How reliable is my test because some doctors said hiv combo test is conclusive at 28 days and some said we need to retest again at 3 months. I couldn't stop worrying as i still have strange symptoms as i mention above now. Can someone enlighten me about my case? ... (5 replies)
... The purpose of this forum is to assess HIV risk and give support and guidance. You already have a conclusive negative HIV test, so we are not here to start guessing what your symptoms are from. They are NOT from HIV...that is where this forum ends. ... (9 replies)
... I could not have a peace of mind even multiple test. Is a test 8 months after exposure conclusive? ... (11 replies)
... you are HIV negative. ... (11 replies)
... Dear All, I had unprotected sex August 2015. My partner tested hiv negative in January 2016. ... (11 replies)
... Hey Apollo 123 still have not got my reply .I just read cdc guidelines they say post PEP 3 months hiv test has been conclusive in occupational exposure but in terms of non occupational exposures ,they will and are updating recommendations. ... (9 replies)
... 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)
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... months is definitely conclusive. I have heard several doctors say that they have never seen anyone test positive after a 6 week negative test.. ... (22 replies)
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... You are needlessly worrying. You were never at risk of an HIV infection and really had no need to take these tests, which are all negative. The changing values have no real bearing on the result, which are all negative. ... (3 replies)
... The cdc guide lines are 3 months, so yes, you are HIV negative. ... (3 replies)
... Any test after 3 months is fully conclusive, you dont have HIV :) (2 replies)
... Definitely if almost everybody are experiencing symptoms it obviously is not related to HIV then what is the cause for this ? ... (30 replies)




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