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... Hi how accurate is a 8 week non reactive by a 4th gen lab based HIV test. ... (5 replies)
... ion we were both naked and I engaged in genital rubbing with my penis head pulled back I think my penis was exposed to her fluids what are the chances of getting hiv from genital rubbing if fluids are present. At no stage did we have sex. Its just 10 days later I was ill with night sweats for a week. ... (9 replies)
... conclusive. But I would fully be expecting a negative HIV test. In other words....don't lose sleep over this, the odds are astronomically in your favor here. ... (3 replies)

... I had a condom slip with a csw while having vaginal sex. Was exposed/ unprotected for a couple of mins (2-3) i did not ejacuate. I had gotten myself testsd by HIV Combo test (CMIA) at 4,5 and 6 week post exposure. The result was non reactive. Since in india the guidelines state testing at 1, 3 and 6 months... Can i consider my test conclusive. Also the csw had tested non... (3 replies)
... Normally for window period, people with hiv need how many weeks to diagnosed as positive? ... (9 replies)
... Your test at 6 weeks proves you don't have HIV. Your not in the window period as you never had a risk. ... (9 replies)
... s as a normal pimple. So now I'm questioning whether my results were really conclusive or if I happened to be one of the rare instances where I was still in the window period even at 12 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... the test he took on the January 4th said he was HIV negative. ... (11 replies)
... need further testing, you have already tested conclusively negative. I have come across many people who disappear down the rabbit hole of over testing beyond the window period and doubting their conclusive results, I even come a across one guy who did so for over four years. ... (15 replies)
... In short any test is taken at 3 months and after is conclusive. The only people who MAY need to test till 6 months are those having aggresive chemo, medication for a organ transplant or a long term IV drug user. As thats not the case her, with all your tests you are HIV negative - period. (15 replies)
... Probably i missed something but u can say i got all the symptoms that related to HIV !!! ... (15 replies)
... why do some sources tell 6 month for hiv window period ? ... (11 replies)
... showed some people argue that Hep c will delay the window period area for HIV, and some people say it won't. Now I'm just really confused whether I should take my 11 weeks HIV test as a strong evidence of negative. ... (6 replies)
Hiv tests
Aug 19, 2014
... re right. But many infection dr in turkey, they say if you contacted the infected fluids you would infect. I know maybe most of them never seen and never treated hiv positive. In turkey hiv is very rare. Official numbers are hiv positive only 8 thousand people since 1985. Sure much more than 8 thousand. ... (9 replies)
Window period
Jul 12, 2014
... You NEVER had a risk from protected sex. It did NOT start a window period. ... (15 replies)
Window period
Jul 11, 2014
... yeah i know kszan but like i said i know the status of second girl which is no HIV but the first one, i dont know the status.. ... (15 replies)
Window period
Jul 10, 2014
... When were you in a "window period", your first thread was not a risk of hiv? (15 replies)
Window period
Jul 10, 2014
... hi guys..i have question..having sex in the window period can affected hiv result? ... (15 replies)
... If your tests were taken 12 weeks after your last exposure and negative, then you don't have HIV. (3 replies)
... in November 2012 had two unprotected sexual encounters with my boyfriend . when the other encounter was 12 weeks and the other 10 weeks went for hiv antibody testing and results were negative. that was in February 2013. ... (3 replies)




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