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... In the past I have frequented several Transexual Escorts in Scotland. Stupidly I was a bit ignorant on the facts and risks of HIV and other STIs. I was completely unaware of the "low risk" or "no risk", depending who you ask, aspects of oral sex. ... (0 replies)
... A test at 12 weeks is conclusive although a test at 6 weeks would be a very good indication of your status. ... (6 replies)
So worried !!!!
Oct 17, 2014
... I know that i dont need testing but alot of websites will mess with your head that oral sex will transmit hiv ... ... (6 replies)

So worried !!!!
Oct 17, 2014
... I know that i dont need testing but alot of websites will mess with your head that oral sex will transmit hiv ... ... (6 replies)
So worried !!!!
Oct 17, 2014
... Is my test conclusive ? ... (6 replies)
... The majority of people that have actually been infected with HIV will test positive within about 3 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... you should really have no HIV concerns. ... (7 replies)
... Hiya. Your risk was quite low in reality and your tests are all but conclusive. I have never heard of a test past 8 weeks turning negative with modern tests and your blood test at 7.5 weeks should give you nothing to worry about. The later tests only confirm this. Relax, you will be fine. (7 replies)
... months is conclusive around the world for someone who had a risk. You did not have a risk and your tests proved it. It's well past time for you to move on. ... (4 replies)
... s protected varginal sex and uprotected oral sex twice in same day with same women. I took test after 3 month mark and came back negative and I accepted it as my conclusive result. However on 4 months I got unexplained sympstom swollen lymph node less than 1 cm on my neck, sore armpit, fatigue and diarrhea. ... (4 replies)
Candida and HIV?
Oct 3, 2014
... after infection. It's not "official", but most say that the window period for a 4th generation duo test could be as small as 4 weeks, you should test again for a conclusive result, but don't worry, I never saw, read about a 5 week duo test result to change after 5 weeks, so you should be fine. ... (5 replies)
... At this point. I got scared as all my symptoms matched with hiv. I had fever, rash and a risk event. Part of seroconversion stage. So i decided to take hiv home test. ... (2 replies)
Some HIV Questions
Sep 26, 2014
... Most of the major, reputable HIV forums that I am aware of provide consistent answers, so you're going to receive the same answer here. ... (4 replies)
Some HIV Questions
Sep 26, 2014
... I had a full STD panel at 15 days including an HIV DNA PCR test. All came back negative but the Hep C value was 0.11. ... (4 replies)
... What about the negative rna test at 11 days? What kind of indication percentage is that? Thanks (5 replies)
... Only a 12 week antibody test is conclusive but a 6 week test will be a good indication of your status or a 4th generation test like a duo or combi at 4 weeks will also be confident. ... (5 replies)
... RNA tests do not confirm your status and a WB test at 28 days is pointless. Only antibody test can confirm your status. 12 weeks is conclusive with ONLY a antibody test. ... (5 replies)
Maybe HIV
Sep 25, 2014
... well 12 weeks is conclusive, but 9 weeks would certainly be reliable. (7 replies)
... So you believed your tests on a condition which is harder to diagnose but yet you have doubts on a HIV test which is one of the most reliable tests in the medical market? ... (4 replies)
... Colitis...but my WBC and Neutrophil is normal and all other test like xray and colonoscopy is also normal..So are you sure this neutropenic colitis is not due to HIV and my Test are conclusive? ... (4 replies)


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