... So here test was negative and at 7 weeks that's 99% conclusive, you keep testing negative, so is it not fair to say the issue is as you know with your paranoia? (4 replies)
... it should tell you what the deal is.
you should expect negative results at the conclusive time at 12 weeks
if you get past this test.
12 weeks is very conservative,the tests have gotten better
since it was put in place. (11 replies)
... your test in jan is great news and it
indicates that most likely you do not have HIV.
expect to still be negative with this test.
a test after 12 weeks is considered conclusive. (11 replies)
... It cannot be repeated enough, symptoms mean crap as far as HIV.
Your 12 week test post-PEP is conclusive. HIV should be of no concern to you whatsoever :)
You DO NOT have HIV. Please accept that fact. Congrats on that. (21 replies)
... Hi Can i know how accurate is HIV 1/2 AG/AB combo( labarotory) at 9,5th week (67day) after exposure?Please tell do i need to retest after 3 months or my test is conclusive? It is possible that the result changes after 9.5 weeks? (1 replies)
... Ok thanks , Drs say hep c 6month and they still bring up late hiv test if coinfected . ... (5 replies)
... First off, HIV rapidly dies when exposed to air. So unless the lancet you were stuck with was used by someone seconds before, there is no need to be worried. ... (5 replies)
... re clinic 2 days later they ran baseline hiv, hep a , b, c and I came back immune to hep b due to vaccination. Anyway he told me come back at 3,6,9,12 months for conclusive testing . ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so much for your advise. Just to ease of from the anxiety, I did the test at 82'nd day and got the result as 'Non Reactive'. Can I consider the result as conclusive?? (8 replies)
... I had sex with a sex worker. It included only blowjob, fingering, sucking breast and handjob. No penetrative sex (anal or vaginal) was involved. I was worried about HIV and could not wait till 12 weeks for testing so I did a test on 82'nd day from exposure which is 2 day short from 12 weeks (84 days). The result came 'Non-Reactive'. Is this result conclusive? and what is the... (8 replies)
... months is considered conclusive but you can expect a negative. You have no reason to have anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... Are my result conclusive enough? ... (1 replies)
... Just spoke to the gum clinic on the phone and they said that there is no need for me to test again as they say the tests are conclusive at 8 weeks. Thank the Lord. I am going into speak to them anyways just for a talk to ease my anxiety. ... (7 replies)
... I think you are in the clear
HIV tests are conclusive after 12 weeks
that said,it would be very unlikely for your results to change
expect negative results if you test again.
good luck (7 replies)
... Is hiv test conclusive at 10 the week? ... (4 replies)
... Your risk is very low indeed.You should test but a test now will be conclusive but expect a negative result. ... (2 replies)
... last oct. my partner was diagnosed positive in HIV. he is now taking 3 types of arv and 2 antibiotics.
a month after taking arvs, he is experiencing nausea/vomit (not worse though) every after meal, is this normal? is this the so called adjustment stage?
hoping for your help :( im from the philippines.
btw im tested non reactive @1week, 4weeks, 8weeks and 1 day shy at... (1 replies)
... Thanks Joggen
One last question. Let's assume a high risk as I don't remember. This is playing a what if game here.
Would my tests still be near conclusive.
I know the whole 3 month cdc etc thing based on older antibody only tests.
Thanks and this my last post.
Appreciate it a great deal. (6 replies)
... Hi Everyone,
I just wanted to give you all an update. I took the antibody test again at 6 weeks and the result was negative. I think at 6 weeks the antibody test is considered 99% conclusive which is very reassuring for a paranoia like me. I'm planning on taking the antibody test again at 12 weeks which at that point should be 100% conclusive. Thanks again for all your... (7 replies)
... test results trump symptoms every time.
your tests are not conclusive but
they are indicative of what your status is.
expect more negative results the next time you test
and start looking at other causes for your symptoms
and work with a doctor to figure it all out.
good luck (4 replies)