... You never had a risk of HIV - Fact.
Your tests ( over testing ) is conclusive - Fact.
You don't have HIV - Fact.
Work with your doctor, but there is nothing we can help you with.
Best of luck. (9 replies)
... ame back negative such a relief I feel like a huge wait has been lifted,this my seem a daft question but my name is daftyd any way do I need to test any more for hiv or is it conclusive now after 12 weeks that I don't have hiv? ... (4 replies)
... From July 5 -my test date makes seven weeks. Which was negative. Thank GOD!!!!!!! There's a lot of conflicting info. For my particular test 12 weeks is conclusive? (4 replies)
... months is final and conclusive, you do not need to test for HIV again. ... (7 replies)
... ghana which came back as negative. Shall i take this as Conclusive ? ... (7 replies)
... because you do not have a HIV issue... ... (10 replies)
... You don't have a HIV virus. The next step is work with your doctor if your unwell, but you need to move on from HIV, your tests are conclusive. ... (10 replies)
... How can people in 2014 say that hiv takes 3 years to be detected in antibody tests ? ... (7 replies)
... and get another test at 3 months for your conclusive result. ... (3 replies)
... In home Oraquick HIV test, I followed directions precisely the results were NEGATIVE. Although, it is not a full 90 days could perhaps results change during a later test? ... (6 replies)
... The only people that can answer that question is them but medical centres will not hold back any results on your health.
The only exposure I see from unprotected sex was in feb 2013 and if you tested 12 weeks from your last exposure, then that result is final and conclusive. (14 replies)
... I lost the will to read or that and have little idea to really when and what your concern was, so, oral sex is not a risk of HIV and any unprotected sex is a risk and only a 12 week antibody test is conclusive. ... (14 replies)
... you have tested a conclusive negative. ... (1 replies)
... ed in a standard test, it's rare but some people can take up to 3 months, so that is why only a 3 month test is conclusive, so as you can see you are conclusivly HIV negative. ... (9 replies)
... HIV cannot be diagnosed by symptoms as HIV has no specific symptoms, so because of that you can only gauge your status be HIV tests. ... (6 replies)
... a 3 month test should still be done for conclusive results, but is very unlikely to change. ... (13 replies)
... o transmit and can have serious complications if not treated, so do a complete sexual health check up, you need to wait until 3 months after your last risk for a conclusive hiv result, but as Apollo said a 6 week negative is a very good indication. ... (13 replies)
... Indeed you have a risk of HIV and you will need to test to 12 weeks for conclusive results but, you can test at 4 weeks or better still 6 weeks for a good indication of your status. ... (13 replies)
... The fact is you are at risk of HIV even if the condom did not break. ... (5 replies)
... You really should seek mental counseling, it's clear that all this anxiety is having a negative impact in your quality of life and that you are obsessing about hiv, your test was offcourse conclusive and you already know this, but it's clear that you can't move on and every little thing that happens to your body you atribute to hiv, if you can please seek help. (6 replies)