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... Hello icey91! Thank you for the reply! so I dont need to test anymore! Thank you again I an live free of fear again! :) (3 replies)
... conclusive by every single health agency. The chances that you actually contracted HIV from a one time exposure to a woman that tested negative for HIV after the encounter are beyond astronomical. ... (19 replies)
... weeks.. why don't I trust these results I still feel stressed and anxious.. how conclusive are these results? ... (19 replies)

... Listen any hiv test taken after 3 months is conclusive . ... (3 replies)
... Thank you. Well, I think you goty 11 wks and 2 days from poz forum but I think you also see what Jeff said 13 weeks to be conclusive not 11 wks and 2 days. I want to ask two more questions. ... (12 replies)
... ur 11weeks and 2 days with a forth generation test is conclusive. Guilt is your concern not HIV. Your issues do not change your status or testing facts, you have HIV and their is nothing else to say on the matter. ... (12 replies)
... So You need to test to 12 weeks for a final all clear as per the cdc guidelines but a test at 4 weeks with a 4th generation test like the DUO would be very much conclusive or 6 weeks with any antibody test. ... (2 replies)
Hiv panic
Nov 18, 2015
... I dont have thoughts now are the test conclusive ? ... (6 replies)
... I told the pregnant women to get tested and she did.. she told me her last sexual encounter was 2 months before me and it came back negative is it possible for her to be negative that far along.. sorry if I'm asking to much (19 replies)
... conclusive. You should test again at 12 weeks for conclusive results although if you can't wait that long test at 8 weeks and that test will very much confirm your status. ... (19 replies)
... I did a mistake few weeks ago with a stripper. I got freaked out and tested for hiv at 6 weeks which was negative. I don't know if it was 3rd or 4th Generation test. ... (3 replies)
... if 8 weeks conclusive and experts never see someone turn out positive after this time scale, Why CDC reduce not the window period of fourth generation to 8 weeks? ... (12 replies)
... 1. Well in real terms they are conclusive. No one turns positive after this time scale. 2. Ask them, but 12 weeks is the CDC guidelines, but knowledge and experience shows its far less, ie 8 weeks. 3. Yes. 4. No idea, see a doctor, its not HIV. 5. No never. (12 replies)
... I asked the guy about his status and he told me that he has no HIV and no other STDs too and he also said he tested every sex months but I didn't trust what he said. One day after encounter I asked him to test and he agreed. ... (12 replies)
... Oral sex is not a route of transmission for HIV infection. ... (11 replies)
... A conclusive test would be from when you stop PEP. As stated above, 3 months is the official all clear, but anything after 6 weeks is highly unlikely to change. ... (11 replies)
Please help
Nov 5, 2015
... Please be patient. I know your concerned, people always are when they have medical concerns, but people dont come on here and ignore posts, they will reply when they are online. well your opening post said you had an exposure 4 weeks ago, so when did you have the exposure,which date and which date did you test on? 3 weeks is good 4 weeks with a duo is more or less... (23 replies)
... A 6 week test is 99% conclusive and i have never heard anyone testing positive after this time scale. (6 replies)
... i have a few questions about an hiv risk. ... (14 replies)
... Thank you. But I really afraid that the result would be po**tive... Will PCR and 4Gen test at six weeks conclusive? Can I get married after PCR & 4Gen test? Please help (6 replies)

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