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... This is just a post for worried people who had questionable exposure. Most people think 12 weeks is the gold standard. However there are countries that take 6 weeks as conclusive provided testing is done with third or fourth generation tests and persons are not immunocompromised. ... (1 replies)
... and I believe is standard test for uk. ... (2 replies)
... Hi again, just thought I would let people know that I had a full STD screen at 6 weeks and 3 days. All clear. HIV negative. ... (23 replies)

HIV testing
Jul 25, 2011
... ab testing. I had a test at 3 weeks, 5 weeks and 6 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... I would like to add if you are in Australia and you would like further information on what I have just posted you can call the Sydney sexual health clinic. You can talk to a qualified nurse for free. ... (1 replies)
... ing my frantic panic I was able to find some information from the Australian Department of Health that I think will help other Australians and even international hiv worried individuals come to terms with the advice that they are given on this forum regarding window periods. ... (1 replies)
Another HIV Worry
May 27, 2011
... ause i'm now negative at 10w. but i'm a person suffering from over anxiety disorder so could you tell me where i can see the original websites that confirm the 6 week period? ... (16 replies)
Another HIV Worry
Apr 24, 2011
... the same test in USA is fully conclusive if taken only after 3 months, just because CDC is very very conservative. ... (16 replies)
... Im not sure where you have got your information from, and im not here to argue against it, but your information is very old and incorrect in todays testing.Im only correcting this, so not to confuse other posters with incorrect information. (4 replies)
... I have read and gone through various details on the different articles on testing for HIV but doesnt seem to have correct information. ... (4 replies)
... this is a tad bit early and as Apollo and Joggen have said early to test. The updated US standard for testing is baseline, three weeks and three months. If both 3 weeks and 3 months are negative then you are not infected. ... (4 replies)
Sexual Frottage.
Jun 2, 2012
... Thanks man for your support May god bless you :) but is this true that When a female in her window period infect a male then it will very easy to catch because viral load is very high in Window period of female? I also heard that When u got infected from a female in her window period then hiv antibodies will not detect soo early like in 6 weeks or 8 weeks and even 12... (29 replies)
... for the past 2 months. She told me that she gets tested once a week but HIV doesn't show up until at least 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months etc so say she contracted HIV from someone last week, would it still be transmissible or is it only until it shows up in a blood test that it is contagious? ... (45 replies)
... accurate, along with the UK, the UK released a statement saying a 3 month HIV test is fully conclusive. ... (10 replies)
... The official window period of 3 months had been revised in many countries like Australia to be 6 weeks. ... (17 replies)
May 29, 2011
... The first thing that in western cultures i.e. AUstralia our testing is much more advanced and the statistics went like this. ... (8 replies)
What should I do
May 25, 2011
... really bad 5 days ago with a women where I got drunk and had vaginal sex with her unprotected. She originally lived in the UK and became a permanent resident in Australia they have to be screened for HIV before they can do this but I am not to sure how long ago this was so this is kind of just a reassuring thing for myself. ... (24 replies)
Am I at risk
May 17, 2011
... Either scenario puts him at relatively low risk for HIV. Despite whatever rumors that you may have heard, HIV is rare in CSWs in Australia. In civilian women it is vanishingly low. ... (9 replies)
Still Worried
Mar 29, 2011
... weeks window period. but i guess we have to take into consideration what type of tests are taken because these places tend to use more advance test equipments such as the 4th or 3rd generations. ... (96 replies)
Still Worried
Mar 29, 2011
... If your node is hiv related, it would be permanently enlarged until HAART, and it would not appear and then go off, and then reappear again. ... (96 replies)

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