... Well a test at 6 weeks would be more or less conclusive. I cant quite work out the date of your last exposure, April was it? (24 replies)
... 3 months from your LAST exposure is conclusive. A negative is always good, but its certainly not 99% at 24 days. (24 replies)
... When is a hiv test really considered conclusive.. As for me I've tested out to almost 8 months with a third gen antibody test which have came back neg. ... (1 replies)
... Oral sex is not a risk of HIV. As for you, well again I state 12 weeks is conclusive but when you test again it will be negative. ... (3 replies)
... hi Smiteler,
thanks for your reply. You are doing great work here.
As she was Hiv+, thats why i am living in fear. Could u plz. tell me how can i know my immune system is good or not. If its in good condition than 8th week test can be considered conclusive (I read somewhere).
I am also hypothyroid patient and levels are under control, taking thyroxin 100 daily, can it... (3 replies)
... The false negative thing? I read it on your post if I were to have weak immune system? (9 replies)
... If you has a risk then 3 months is conclusive. Your test is most certainly conclusive, you dont have hiv. (9 replies)
... Hi I was just wandering I did my elisa test after 6 month post exposure and it came out negative. So my question is it conclusive? Can I have false negative? What can cause false negative? Im kinda scared if I were to have some immunue disease that will defect my result for hiv. Please help me. Tq so much (9 replies)
... months after your last dose of pep is conclusive as per the cdc guidelines, you have nothing to worry about, you don't have HIV. ... (3 replies)
... Having non detectable antigens and antibody's happen all the time, its called being HIV negative :)
PCR tests look for the virus, DUO tests look for antigens and antibodys and your 8 week test is 99% conclusive. Im sure your 12 week test will follow suit.
As for how long you can have a virus for, well it depends on the virus. 2 years ago I had one for 6 months, no ides... (20 replies)
... Is there a shorter amount of time i can come back for a conclusive test or to ease my mind... very worried.. am i high risk? ... (3 replies)
... Well here's my story
I met this girl (girlfirend now). After 21 days meeting her (everyday dating and stuff) she got an HIV/STD test that came both no reactive (according to her, last exposure was 12 months prior to test). So a few days after the test I decided to gave her oral sex (unprotected) just quick but deep (sorry). A few days I developed weird symptoms including a... (2 replies)
... You never had a reason to test in the first place. a 3 month test is 100% conclusive, so it is impossible for you to have HIV.
Move on already. (10 replies)
... Mickey in essence you will always have versions of peoples interpretation's of early testing depending on how cautious they are. 3 months is conclusive for HIV testing as per the cdc guidelines. ... (20 replies)
... well 3 months is conclusive with a HIV test. Unless your in a committed relationship and have both been tested than I would recommended using condoms. ... (1 replies)
... I am wondering if my status at 8 months is considered conclusive with 3 neg elisa antibody test starting at 1.5 months, 4.5 months and a last one at 8 months. ... (5 replies)
... Symptoms can never be used to guess HIV, only a test can. Even then...coughing is not even a typical symptom of HIV infection. ... (3 replies)
... sks when I had a fever come about soon after, and it does panic you. But I have been here for almost 2.5 years. I have seen people coming here convinced they had HIV because of symptoms, some far more "classic" acute HIV symptoms...yet I have yet to have see anyone test positive. ... (5 replies)
... you risk, zero bob. Oral sex is not a risk as their is no route of transmission even flossing is not a concern at all and saliva would make the virus inactive as hiv is vety fradgile. ... (3 replies)
... You didnt havd a risk, so any test will be conclusive, so the answer to your question is yes.di (1 replies)