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... Had 2 rapid elisa tests at 11 weeks and 11 weeks and 2 days both of which we're negative.I am afraid to take the test at 13 weeks as I am scared to death that it will be positive.The tests were done in India and the generation is not known. ... (3 replies)
HIV exposure
Apr 20, 2014
... But what I also read on the internet is that this HIV strain here in southeast Asia is hard to detect. I tested at 3 different places so far and all the antibody tests at 11,12,13 weeks were negative. I don't know what generation tests they use. ... (39 replies)
... ll I think your being over paranoid about this situation. I don't believe for one moment someone would put a needle in your skin with HIV, it just doesn't happen at all. ... (3 replies)

Hiv test accuracy
Mar 10, 2014
... After All these test still i am suffering from Throat irritation, Headache and swollen lymph nodes. ... (3 replies)
Unprotected
Mar 11, 2014
... Is the instant test an accurate test at 9 weeks? ... (9 replies)
... or even 11 weeks to get conclusive result. Why? ... (1 replies)
... thinking of testing at 11 weeks,...by the way, does it change anything 11 to 12 or 13 weeks? ... (7 replies)
... Im not sure which generation of the rapid test, the clinc is using, as some said..for 4the generation, u even can check after 4 weeks after unprotected sex. ... (33 replies)
... Would the antibody test pick up hiv if seroconversion started in week 4, at the 6 week mark? ... (6 replies)
HIV test results
Oct 19, 2013
... alright, as i stressed out so much i went ahead and tested at 11 weeks because i wasnt in my right mind i got my results back and it was NEGATIVE!! ... (2 replies)
... ELISA 4th generation last one was 24 weeks after exposure I also did a western blot HIV test at 22 weeks, all negative. ... (3 replies)
... Hiya. The volume of tests and more so the last test at 11 weeks is confirmation that you dont have HIV. ... (12 replies)
... I dont think you have a nurse who is really helping you. False postives happen all the time and their are many threads on this forum from posters who have had false positive antibody tests and negative wb tests. Of course im not saying this is the case but its possible. Who was the risk with and was it a one off exposure or multiple? (33 replies)
... I did blood test the same night, last Thursday night 11 April to reconfirm the result. ... (33 replies)
... weeks. But your 11 weeks post test shows negative so you dont have to worry. Just consider yourself fine and you did the right thing to use protection. Keep it up. ... (8 replies)
... Your test at that time scale is conclusive, you dont have hiv. ... (8 replies)
... weeks bank it and move on. If thats not good enough any test at 12 weeks will be fully conclusive, even a 2nd generation test. What ever will give you peace of mind then test with it. ... (7 replies)
... nd generation home access test which was negative. I was ready to move with this result being 8 day short of the 12 weeks to make it 3months, doubt it willl ever change. My worries began to resurface after i notice a lympe node reappear since my ARS like sypmtoms about 2 months ago. ... (7 replies)
... Look your certainly HIV negative, so what ever happened was nothing to do with HIV. ... (6 replies)
... uretral icthes for 3 straigt months now.my girlfriend went down wit a nasty flu en later discoverd she ws pregnant.ive tested negative wit antibody test at 6 en 8 weeks.a ELISA antigen antibody test at 11 weeks came out neg as well. ... (6 replies)


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