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Apr 20, 2014
... A test is the latest and most accurate test around. At 6 weeks is 99% conclusive and as you never had a risk that makes it 100% :) Really, enjoy Easter, you have nothing to worry about. (5 replies)
... This is your testing times :) (27 replies)
... Second, I have read that the lymph nodes associated with HIV infection are generalized. Meaning that they swell in at least two different locations on the body. ... (1 replies)

... If anything, these rapid tests are over sensitive. STOP reading about this. All you need to know has been said here. Googling HIV stuff leads to some very ignorant things. ... (23 replies)
... I am now at ease. I did got my HIV testing done and yes it was negative! ! ... (23 replies)
... Well you have a risk albeit very small indeed. It's not likely he would have HIV and a one time exposure very rarely ends up with the person having HIV, so again I state it's very rare. ... (23 replies)
... Hiya. Indeed you have a risk although very small. It's unlikely she would have HIV in the first place and condom breaks hardly ever result in HIV transmission, its very very rare indeed. ... (5 replies)
... Well your test in march at 8 weeks is more or less conclusive and its not going to change when you take a 12 week test. ... (6 replies)
Hiv worry
Apr 7, 2014
... Also are these tests conclusive or should I go for another blood test? ... (6 replies)
... Hello guys. I have had an unprotected oral sex from someone. After 1 week I went to do a HIV test and it's with negative. And yet I know it's extremely inconclusive for my result. ... (1 replies)
... statistics. The 3 month window seems to be when a negative test is deemed conclusive but Hiv specialists will argue that at 6 weeks a 4 the generation test is conclusive? ... (9 replies)
HIV Testing
Mar 31, 2014
... Yes its conclusive, you don't have HIV and do not need to test anymore :) (19 replies)
HIV Testing
Mar 31, 2014
... And would it be wise to start trying to concieve with my partner based on this conclusive test? ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for the quick reply! I guess I'll just be taking the 3 month test just to make it conclusive. I've got to say, your post was immensely reassuring. I really appreciate it. Take care! (5 replies)
... Well you risk was quite low in the scheme of things. Its very rare indeed that a male would get HIV from a one time exposure and its also very unlikely she would have HIV in the first place. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you Appollo for the prompt reply (3 replies)
... Hiya. Any test after 12 weeks is conclusive, even after 41 months the test is just as accurate. You don't have HIV and you don't have to worry anymore. ... (3 replies)
... worrying that I may have got infected by HIV and slowly resigned that I indeed may have got HIV. ... (3 replies)
HIV Testing
Mar 26, 2014
... No. If your negative at 12 weeks with this test it means you don't have HIV no matter what test you use. All tests are conclusive at 12 weeks either oral or blood. ... (19 replies)
HIV exposure
Mar 26, 2014
... It's outdated information. A very long time ago it was considered a possibility but many studies have proven that this is not the case at all and a 12 week test is final and conclusive. If you keep reading the net you will come across all kinds of rubbish and outdated information. Nothing is going to effect your 12 week test. (39 replies)

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