... you don't have to wait
a test after 4 weeks will pretty much tell the story for you
12 weeks is considered conclusive
and results after 4 weeks will not change
its possible you could have it,
but the odds are greatly in your favor that you don't.
good luck (1 replies)
... Are these conclusive at 14 days? ... (3 replies)
... you have over tested and do not have a HIV concern
a test after 3 months is conclusive..
anything after that is a waste of effort.
work with a doctor to figure out what is wrong with you and
stop blaming something you have already eliminated by testing.
good luck (7 replies)
... Someone please help me, depression has really taken over my life...My exposure was on March 22 with asex worker. It was oral and anal sex where I don't remember if I wore protection or not.
Here is my testing history. P.S th clinic I go to run test twice.
1 month after exposure: April 20: HIV 1/2 AG/AB combo test: non reactive. Main HIV-1 RNA/NAAT= Non reactive.
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... Thanks Apollo and smiteler for the help the past 6 weeks, although I am 1 day short of 12 weeks, Im just going to go ahead and say its conclusive because I doubt a day matters anyway. ... (28 replies)
... 3 months is conclusive, you don't have HIV. (3 replies)
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... his position i would get the PEP immediately and start it. You take pills for 28 days, but you must test 3 months after finishing the pills before you can have a conclusive test result and know your true status. can you contact the escort and ask about his HIV status? ... (10 replies)
... Zero , really stop worrying about Hiv . First of all is a really hard virus to catch , second you have tested when everyone would have shown positive if would have been infected . ... (2 replies)
... Are you serious? If drinking water could alter the validity of a test for something as important as HIV, do you really think the government would approve it? Please take up any further concerns with the test manufacturer. (28 replies)
... Your odds are next to impossible for acquiring HIV since you immediately pulled out. ... (1 replies)
... tested negative using a new HIV kit. ... (1 replies)
... so you will be fine for HIV when you get tested. ... (10 replies)
... days is conclusive with a fourth generation hiv test . If you decide to do it , ask a fourth generation hiv test at the clinic , will come back negative and put an end on this . ... (10 replies)
... nodes disappearing, but they also said I'm more than likely OK. I'm terrified, but I'm in the process of arranging it, with a professional lab I was at, using a HIV DUO Quick test, so I could have the results in less than a day. Wish me luck man. Going to update the thread with the results. ... (11 replies)
... since 12 weeks is conclusive officially,Do you think my combo will change to positive b4 12 weeks? ... (15 replies)
... Thanks for replying. I had a antibody test at 6 weeks not a 4th generation test. Does that make any difference 🙈 (20 replies)
... Well you certainly have onemorechance or many more because the reality is you dont have HIV. 4th generation tests are extremely accurate and a test over 6 weeks is more or less conclusive its over 99% and i have never heard anyone testing positive after this time scale. You risk was also extremely small, so over all, your small risk with your results and 6 weeks would more or... (20 replies)
... Ehhh i know right . Do not worry , as i said a hiv 4th gen test would be conclusive now and it can give your mind a rest while you wait for your 12 week which i know you will take , so you would be able to move on . ... (20 replies)
... I would suggest you to go and take a 4th generation hiv test now . p24 is in highest peaks at one month last exposure and it only decreases when antibody increases. ... (20 replies)