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... Your test result isn't going to change in a few days. ... (1 replies)
... for a HIV and STD test. I called the lab I went to and the next day they got my HIV results and they said they were NEGATIVE. A day later my other STD's came back and they were also NEGATIVE, other than hsv1 that I've had for quite sometime. ... (3 replies)
... The guideline for PCR is 14 days. The conclusive guide line for 4th gen is 28 days. ... (5 replies)

... Diarrhea like I had never experienced along with basically every clinical symptoms of Acute viral syndrome. My body has not been the same since. I took a blood test at 6,10, and 15 weeks post exposure after this random dude and I banged. I just cant shake this feeling off that Im infected. ... (3 replies)
... weeks is considered conclusive by most HIV specialists. Some doctors are more conservative and require a test at 3 months, but two weeks will not make any difference at this stage. ... (8 replies)
... 8/28/2014. (12 replies)
... You are reading all sorts of stuff from the internet, and it is loaded with false info and hyped up info. No, HIV would not weaken your immune system so much in such a short of time. ... (12 replies)
... One question, could HIV impair the immune system so much in this amount of time that what is typically seen as an OI could happen? ... (12 replies)
... A simple HIV antibody test at about 6 weeks post exposure will give you a very good indication of your status, and at 12 weeks/3 months it would be fully conclusive. When exactly was your risk? Just go for an antibody test. Again....symptoms mean nothing at all. Saying "a healthy person does not" means very little. Illnesses happen even in the healthiest. The only thing... (12 replies)
Risk or no risk
Jan 27, 2015
... As for a year, don't worry that's completely incorrect. As Joggen said, 3 months is conclusive if you had a risk from HIV. ... (8 replies)
... Three times in my life including my recent encounter, I have put my self through misery for 3 months over a virus I don't have. ... (0 replies)
... I suggest having a 4th generation test at 4 weeks if it's available in your area. If negative you can be sure that you were not infected. Otherwise have a standard antibody test at 6 weeks. ... (13 replies)
... The OraQuick will give you a completely reliable, conclusive test result. Take it. ... (12 replies)
... I meant four months being too soon for HIV to break down the immune system enough to cause something like candida overgrowth. ... (12 replies)
... He has never said 4 months is to soon at all, are you reading these reply's? ... (12 replies)
... The stress is extremely high. And as you said earlier, four months is too soon for such a serious decrease in immune system from HIV? ... (12 replies)
... conclusive. Why worry to death when you can just test for it? ... (12 replies)
... OK so I started dating this guy like 6 months ago. It's been off and on. He's a complete her and seems to loving lying, drama, and degrading women. ... (3 replies)
... ng him a blowjob. After that day I became very anxious about the whole incident and 2 days later took him to a diagnostic center and got him tested. The antibody test was negative. ... (1 replies)
... Negative however the test did not check for P24. ... (7 replies)


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