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... hi there i as wondering if you could help me out, is acheing, tingling, fuzzy feelings in your legs have anything to do with hiv and im getting pains in fingers, toes, knees, and jaw, loose stools and feel light headed, ive had theses symtoms for 4 months now. ... (6 replies)
... Most HIV tests are antibody tests that measure the antibodies your body makes against HIV. ... (6 replies)
... I know...I got to stop drinking. I do not drink often....on average once a month. I usually don't blackout though unless I drink a lot and shots. ... (11 replies)

Window period
Jul 11, 2012
... Most HIV tests are antibody tests that measure the antibodies your body makes against HIV. ... (9 replies)
... could be detected in saliva taken from individuals with primary HIV infection attending clinics in North Carolina. ... (3 replies)
HIV DNA test??
Jul 26, 2011
... Buddy, Both previous post are correct. Here are a few things to know: Ghon/Chlam- Have roughly a 2-5 day window period Hep a/b/c- 30-90 days Syh- Roughly 20 days but could be up to 3 months HIV average 2-3 weeks but poss up to 6 months I had 2 DNA PCR tests after my encounter and both were neg. When I asked my ID doc for them he warned me that if they come back... (3 replies)
... The average time to seroconversion is 22 days. ... (8 replies)
... The reason why some people test for HIV antibodies later than others is because not all people produce antibodies at the same rate. ... (42 replies)
... At six weeks, 42 days, this is nearly double the length of time this process normally takes. Hence the reason why almost all HIV infections are now detected between 2 to 6 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... is 22 days. Almost all HIV infections are now detected between 2 to 6 weeks after an infection. ... (29 replies)
... The ninety day window period is still the "official" date for a conclusive HIV test, but it is really an outdated figure that is still in place by health organisations, like the CDC, WHO etc. ... (5 replies)
... You cant have HIV not detected for 6 month, that is absolutely not possible. ... (12 replies)
Still Worried
Mar 28, 2011
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Still Worried
Mar 28, 2011
... nothing is extreme about 3 months being the window period. ... (96 replies)
... There are no symptoms during the second stage of an HIV infection which on average lasts for ten years. ... (100 replies)
... I do keep in my mind last HIV test was negative at 6 weeks, not that you guys are aware of all of the specifics but that's a whole another story. ... (5 replies)
Very Frightened!
Oct 27, 2007
... Smar, you're wrong. RNA's and PCR's are not intended for determining an HIV status. I can't tell you how many people have taken RNA's and PCR's and get that false sence of security. ELISA is valid. ... (17 replies)
... That is AWESOME NEWS!!!!!! I agree with what your dr. friend says. Though there is a risk in transmitting it orally, because there have been documented cases, it's a very very small risk, but has happened. BE SAFE FROM NOW ON!\\I'm so happy for you, wish me luck too! Love, Piper (12 replies)
... hey everyone, i got good news today! i called health department and they told me that my other hiv test was negative. i hope this pretty much puts me in the clear. ... (12 replies)
... convinced I had HIV was tested at 30 days in free clinic. ... (18 replies)

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