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... That's what I want to know too. I have been told 28 days, 50 days, 3 months, 30 days. As far as I am aware, the ELISA 4th Generation combo tests look for he p24 antigen and also antibodies. ... (8 replies)
... They say 6 weeks because the p24 antigen which is part of the hIV virus I believe is produced during the first 4 weeks or so after which is dies down because of the antibodies which are produced by your body. ... (3 replies)
... Any HIV test is going to provide a conclusive result at 3 months or later. You don't have HIV. ... (1 replies)

... First of all, thanks for your answer. The first part of this sentence was definitely what I needed to hear. As for the CDC guidelines - yup, that made me think, too. Health care provision is equally good in both countries, as far as I can judge. So the difference - 6 weeks vs 12 weeks - made me uneasy. Of course I trust 'my' health care institute (that is, when I'm not... (3 replies)
... Is it likely that the test will be positive? ... (8 replies)
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... But I cannot confirm there is any failure on the condom or not, so I have to assume if the condom failed and I have exposure to hiv. Is 3 months really conclusive for those that had risk? ... (8 replies)
... Why is 3 months conclusive in North America then if the majority of people seroconvert and test positive at around 2 months? ... (14 replies)
... sorry, I meant 3 months. ... (2 replies)
... The most your ever need to test out to is 3 months buddy. ... (2 replies)
... How reliable is my test because some doctors said hiv combo test is conclusive at 28 days and some said we need to retest again at 3 months. I couldn't stop worrying as i still have strange symptoms as i mention above now. Can someone enlighten me about my case? ... (5 replies)
... TY SOTM and you are right that if I had symptoms from starting of May, I would have gotten this in test already. But the fear itself is a scary. ... (14 replies)
... The purpose of this forum is to assess HIV risk and give support and guidance. You already have a conclusive negative HIV test, so we are not here to start guessing what your symptoms are from. They are NOT from HIV...that is where this forum ends. ... (9 replies)
... Dominican Republic. About a week later I started developing flu like symtoms, I had a fever, diarrhea, a really bad head ache and a sore throat. I took a rapid HIV test a month later and it came back negative. The HIV doctor told me to come back a month later and scheduled me an appointment. ... (1 replies)
... I could not have a peace of mind even multiple test. Is a test 8 months after exposure conclusive? ... (11 replies)
... you are HIV negative. ... (11 replies)
... Dear All, I had unprotected sex August 2015. My partner tested hiv negative in January 2016. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you for the reply! so I dont need to test anymore! Thank you again I an live free of fear again! ... (3 replies)
... Listen any hiv test taken after 3 months is conclusive . There are some rare people that are under chemio or have had taken Pep or HCV TREATMENT that need to test at 6 months of last exposure even this is way to conservatory . You 7 months hiv test is just conclusive after 7 months . ... (3 replies)
... If I were in this 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)
... Hey Apollo 123 still have not got my reply .I just read cdc guidelines they say post PEP 3 months hiv test has been conclusive in occupational exposure but in terms of non occupational exposures ,they will and are updating recommendations. ... (9 replies)




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