... She uses protection for her own safety, not just yours. Testing is mandatory where she is for her work, so she is most likely HIV negative. If she uses rubbers with you, she uses them with everyone. ... (15 replies)
... HIV 2 is only conclusive at 12 weeks but the reality is unless he was from East Africa you have no chance of getting it, it's very very rare indeed. ... (43 replies)
... I don't have any RISK , i believe heath boards comments. My RISK was nursing unknown status Lady.
I am trying to help other anxiety people , i got info from other forum which they say 4th gen DUO testis 28 days conclusive. ?
3 months are really high , people who are suffering from anxiety . what you say? (5 replies)
... Ok, well 12 weeks is still conclusive as per the CDC. 6 months was outdated in 2004 unless your a long term IV user, on aggressive chemo or on antiviral medication for a organ transplant. ... (5 replies)
... test done at 28 days post exposure will give conclusive results ? ... (5 replies)
... 3 months is conclusive. Your symptoms have nothing to do with HIV.
It's up to you if you want to follow your doctor's advice, but you should fully expect a negative result. (1 replies)
... test done at 28 days post exposure or an antibody test at 3 months exposure for conclusive results. ... (15 replies)
... Well you have a risk of HIV although condom breaks rarely result in HIV transmission. ... (15 replies)
... Your oraquick is conclusive. You don't have an HIV concern. ... (4 replies)
... Symptoms are NOT DIAGNOSTIC OF HIV INFECTION. READ THE TOP STICKY THREAD ON SYMPTOMS. ... (4 replies)
... OraQuick test at Walmart or a pharmacy, or even Amazon to test yourself and get immediate results. But I would not be worried. Any unprotected sex is a risk for HIV and STDs. However, it is a rare disease among heterosexuals. And where they actually infected, it is rarely transmitted from a one time exposure. ... (2 replies)
... PLease tell me level of risk I am at. I dont have time to wait for 6 months to test ,as I am going to get married in 2 months.Can I assume result after 8 week as conclusive ? ... (3 replies)
... Well from what you say you had protected sex, so you were not at risk from HIV. Fluids do not travel up condoms. That said your test is conclusive. 7 days will not make any difference of your status. (3 replies)
... Well if your infection is down to HIV you will test positive if you test at 4 weeks. If you test negative at 4 weeks then you know this is not HIV related and you can be quite sure although not conclusive you don't have HIV. ... (43 replies)
... very worried since I had sex with a cws, and the condom slipped out. At 86 days I had a rapid test done and it was negative. Is this test conclusive, because the HIV national hotline told me is not. ... (9 replies)
... ve been concerned and spoke to a nurse about what test i have taken and symptoms as she said symptoms are what someone may experience duringa recent infection of HIV and but here she caught me off guard is she stated that the oral test should be positive escepically at 9 weeks if what I had was ARS beging at two weeks. ... (3 replies)
... The window period for testing with PEP starts when you finish the PEP. This is because PEP suppresses HIV replication(which is how it works). In the chance that it did not work, you need to wait from the day you stop it to see if infection has happened.
Unsure of your last question. Do you mean the blood drawn was from difficult areas on your body? If so....blood is blood.... (10 replies)
... conclusive....though I have read many HIV doctors opinions that it is. ... (3 replies)
... 1. 3 months is conclusive not 6 months
2. Your test result isn't going to change in a few days. Normally, 6-8 weeks is plenty of time.
3. You don't have HIV. (5 replies)
... Is my test result conclusive or do I have to retest? ... (5 replies)