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... Do you think I am HIV free? ... (3 replies)
... All very worrying and all the unclear data you read on the window period doesn't help at all! ... (5 replies)
HIV issue
Nov 8, 2014
... Hello guys, few more concerns about hiv testing. ... (2 replies)

... you wait out the window period ,you test,done. ... (21 replies)
... and she said specifically that i am still in the MIDDLE of the window period. Honestly, she got me a lot more worried than i was before talking to her. ... (7 replies)
... i had unprotected sex with my wife , within the window period, if i am infected then i messed up her life. thats what is making me crazy. ... (7 replies)
Candida and HIV?
Oct 3, 2014
... f luck, learn from this experience and be safe in the future, if you didn't alrealy you should also test for other std's, those are a lot easier to transmit than HIV and may not show visible symptoms. ... (6 replies)
Candida and HIV?
Oct 2, 2014
... There are no symptoms specific to HIV infection, so HIV cannot be diagnosed by symptoms, the only way to know your status is to test after the window period. ... (6 replies)
... Hi I had my first sexual encounter with a man last week in which I gave a guy head, twice. I've always been bi-curious so I finally gave it a shot. I didn't really enjoy it the first time, but knew the first time of everything sucks (no pun intended) so I tried it again the following afternoon with the same guy - hated it again. Just to be very clear I have an aversion... (2 replies)
... s of antibodies but also because this tests also look for a specific antigen that is present before the production of the antibodies, so what is said is that the window period for this type of tests is as little as 4 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... How can people in 2014 say that hiv takes 3 years to be detected in antibody tests ? ... (7 replies)
... The majority of people that have actually been infected with HIV will test positive within about 3 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... ng for this incident, you can test at 3 months for peace of mind, but it is for peace of mind only, your result will be negative, if you still feel anxious about HIV after this I urge you to seek counseling. ... (6 replies)
... ed in a standard test, it's rare but some people can take up to 3 months, so that is why only a 3 month test is conclusive, so as you can see you are conclusivly HIV negative. ... (9 replies)
... Second, it delay the window period, so it will be considerably longer before you can test to know whether you were infected. ... (11 replies)
Finally Tested
Sep 5, 2014
... HIV 2 has the same window period as HIV 1 but HIV 2 is so rare, most HIV experts have never come across a case. HIV is mainly confined to east Africa. ... (7 replies)
Finally Tested
Sep 5, 2014
... Regarding the 1st question the answer is no, that is not how HIV and HIV testing works, HIV mutates, but does not change strains, all strains of HIV will be detected in HIV tests. The answer to the second question is yes, HIV 1 and 2 have the same window period, but HIV 2 is very rare in the US. ... (7 replies)
Finally Tested
Sep 4, 2014
... Thanks Apollo! One last question for you regarding HIV. Since it HIV mutates could it potentially be a non-detectable type? Also my test did look for HIV-2 but I believe the early test only looked for HIV-1. Is the window period for HIv-2 and HIV-1 the same? (7 replies)
... There are only 2 types of HIV, 1 and 2 although HIV is very rare indeed and confined to a few selected parts of Africa. ... (6 replies)
... I know I am, or at least until then was, HIV negative, so didn't put him at risk. ... (4 replies)


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