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... Second, it delay the window period, so it will be considerably longer before you can test to know whether you were infected. The earliest that you can test is several weeks after your last dose, which will be 30 days. ... (11 replies)
... home HIV test on day 23 then again on day 30 and both come out negative. The symptoms I have had are excessive urination and a rash on upper arm. ... (3 replies)
Any hiv risk?
Jul 10, 2012
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Any hiv risk?
Jul 10, 2012
... Its been only 7 days since it happened and i suddenly thought of hiv infection and since the past few days, i kept reading any article,forum or website about it. ... (4 replies)
... The three month number stands because by far the most common test used in most developed countries is a third generation test. ... (4 replies)
... My HIV results will not be back until Mon at the earliest, but my CBC came back today and everything was in normal range. ... (3 replies)
... Also, what can be the earliest time an antibody test can make sense? ... (3 replies)
... First off, let me just state that yes: I am at risk of HIV. I've had unprotected sex several times (about 7) with my current boyfriend (I am gay), however after these took place I learned he had been lying about his sexual history. You need not know the details, but the fact that I'm now unsure of his previous sexual partners and the fact that we hadn't been practicing safe... (1 replies)
... Is it possible, i never test my self again and just forget about this? ... (12 replies)
... Your risk of contracting HIV from this episode is extremely small, bordering on zero. HIV despite the fear it generates is an extremely difficult virus to transmit from person to person and even more from a female to a male. ... (12 replies)
... Sir, You were very confident that i dont have HIV. Today i received a Western Blot Test Result it says Intermidiate/Inconclusive and i have Cough from past 1 week and Oral thrush from 4 days. Please advise what does this mean i am very much disturbed for my wife and childrens expect answer from you at the most earliest. (30 replies)
... I hope that helps and answers all your questions. Best of luck with the test. When you get the negative i hope that will put your mind at rest :) (30 replies)
... Definitely if almost everybody are experiencing symptoms it obviously is not related to HIV then what is the cause for this ? ... (30 replies)
... Still not a risk, they dont go deep enough to get into your blood stream. (15 replies)
... r or not i had sex and whether or not i was exposed to hiv. I know that i have to find a way of how to deal with this feeling. However i still consider getting a hiv and full std test done as early as i can. Can you please advise me when is the earliest opportunity for me to do so,to have some precise results? ... (42 replies)
... An HIV antibody test a few days after you had a potential exposure to HIV is pretty pointless to be honest. The earliest you could get a meaningful result from any HIV test would be 4 weeks for a 4th gen duo test or 6 weeks for a 3rd gen HIV antibody test. ... (7 replies)
... The activities you engaged constitute a theoretical risk of an HIV only and it is extremely unlikely you will have contracted HIV from this. Although there are claims from people who say they contacted HIV from oral sex there is not one single scientifically verified case, not one. ... (4 replies)
... Buddy just a point of clarity here. There no short cuts when it comes to HIV testing. The HIV window was set many years ago and still remains at 12 weeks. ... (30 replies)
... I have read that PCR can pick up as early as 72 hours but 21 days is optimum. I'm close to the 21. If the 72 is true, then my earliest test was well beyond this time and was negative. I just could not wait till 21 days to find out whether I'm ok or not. ... (30 replies)
... Everyone must test at 3 months to be given a conclusive result. ... (14 replies)


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