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... test after one or two weeks of begging of symptoms, can we conclude that the symptoms are not related to hiv? ... (5 replies)
... grading women. Anyway, the last time I had set with this guy was on October 3rd.i am an idiot and had unprotected sex with him multiple times. Which is about 10 weeks ago. I am 12 weeks pregnant and last week I went to the doctor and they drew blood. I got a call 3 days later saying that I was positive for gonorrhea. ... (3 replies)
Extreme worry !!!
Dec 14, 2014
... First thank you for the amassing count of informations regarding HIV problems. ... (11 replies)

... Ok, lets rule one thing out. You have no need to test after 12 weeks, 6 months has been outdated since 2004. ... (3 replies)
... of people will test positive at 8 weeks well I have never heard of anyone's test changing after this, well come to think of it I have never heard of anyone's test changing after 6 weeks. ... (8 replies)
... I am a male, 9,5 weeks ago i had unprotected receptive sex for a short moment, no orgasm was involved. After that we used a condom. ... (8 replies)
... The reality is, anything test past 8 weeks wont change. 6 weeks tests are more or less conclusive, but there is a 0. ... (14 replies)
... So you mean the window period for hiv testing in Japan is 8 weeks? ... (14 replies)
... I had a Rapid antibody test at 5 weeks post exposure. ... (6 replies)
... How about all these syptomns that im having they been going on for 3 months they started 8 weeks after oral sex havent been sleeping well sometimes i get mild sweats while sleeping, sore body , fatigue during day tonsilis been alil swollen for 2/3 months now do i need to test again maybe not enough antibodies (5 replies)
... A DUO at 8.5 weeks is more or less golden, its certainly not going to change at 12 weeks if you test then. ... (8 replies)
... Still a AB test at 12 weeks will confirm to be sure? ... (8 replies)
... Just curious. I scoured the web looking for some kind of percentages of accuracy at 8 weeks. Couldn't find anything on it. ... (5 replies)
... I guess the fact that the lady was a street walker and did not mind if protection was used or not has me convinced that she would have hiv and i would have been at risk. ... (12 replies)
... Looking for some advice everyone. I had a possible exposure back on June 16th of this year. A few weeks later I developed a bad rash in my groin area. The rash lasted a few weeks even with taking medication for it. ... (4 replies)
... Some act crazy for 12 weeks and are probably embarrassed about the final outcome or been banned. ... (19 replies)
... I would like to share one of my concerns with you guys. I have gone through many online forums where many people are given assurances that their test after 6 or 8 weeks is not going to change. ... (19 replies)
... So, we don't know if you had a risk and we have no idea about her status but what we can say is your test at that time scale is excellent and with all things considered, you really should have nothing to worry about. ... (29 replies)
... Hiya. Your risk was quite low in reality and your tests are all but conclusive. I have never heard of a test past 8 weeks turning negative with modern tests and your blood test at 7.5 weeks should give you nothing to worry about. The later tests only confirm this. ... (7 replies)
... AIDS. There was no visible blood, nor did I have any visible tears. I since understand contracting HIV this way is very low risk, and I have had multiple doctors tell me this. ... (4 replies)

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