... Yes, your 14 week test is conclusive. You do not have HIV. ... (2 replies)
... The results were giving to me via phone since I was out of the USA at that time. The lab recommendation was for me to get an RNA test on a new specimen. ... (6 replies)
... any test taken after 90 days is considered conclusive. ... (6 replies)
... Can explain more? So should i believe the result? (3 replies)
... its not conclusive per say,
but the results won't be any different at 90 days.
you should be very relieved and happy with that result.
i would move on myself, but i know how well the tests work.
its really up to you. (3 replies)
... It came out negative. Is it conclusive? Or must go again on my 90th day? (3 replies)
... No one can guess your status from symptoms, only a test will do that. Ars very very rarely comes after 6 weeks but for your peace of mind take another test now and that will be very much conclusive. ... (3 replies)
... Buddy....take our word please. You have had conclusive HIV tests, we would not say so were it not true. ... (8 replies)
... If you had symptoms that were caused by HIV, it was your body reacting and it would have produced detectable HIV antibodies as a result. ... (8 replies)
... Are my tests conclusive or I need to do another test? ... (8 replies)
... At 7 weeks, you are going to have an extremely good indication of your HIV status with an Oraquick at home test. ... (7 replies)
... weeks is a more or less conclusive with most tests apart from the one you had taken. That said, if you had symptoms related to HIV then even with that test the likely hood is that you would test positive. ... (7 replies)
... hy red rashes on my face and chest. I started panicking. I have had several flu in the past but I never got a rash. I then researched about the early symptoms of hiv which is ARS. ... (2 replies)
... Joggen, I have heard that HIV-2 antibodies takes time to form. Was my 7 week test even conclusive for HIV-2? (8 replies)
... Unless your partner is confirmed HIV positive, PEP is unwarranted. ... (1 replies)
... I am also planning not to waste money on any more HIV tests. ... (8 replies)
... you had no need to test in the first place. ... (1 replies)
... She uses protection for her own safety, not just yours. Testing is mandatory where she is for her work, so she is most likely HIV negative. If she uses rubbers with you, she uses them with everyone. ... (16 replies)
... Please suggest me shall i go for any other test or it is fine . As lot of post suggest that for a conclusive result wait for 12 week for hi risk exposure . ... (4 replies)
... are accurate at 4 weeks and onwards. They are not conclusive by the CDC guidelines which still require a 12 week test for conclusive results and that's with any HIV test but a 4 week test with a 4th generation test is very accurate and extremely unlikely to change with a follow up test at 12 weeks. ... (4 replies)