... m worried that will cause HIV. When would be the appropriate time to conduct HIV test 6 weeks or 12 weeks? ... (1 replies)
... my wife is in IVF treament for kid. She is now cariing my child. she is taking Immunogoblin Lomoh and intralipid medicines. Can these medicine suppress hiv test. i have taken 3 elisa and one westerblot test. all are negative. still my mind is confused. please tell these medicine cannot suppress the results. ... (3 replies)
... You had a risk and you should get tested, if more than 12 weeks have passed you can test at any time for conclusive results.
Expect a negative result, but get tested, not just for HIV, but for all STI's, best of luck. (2 replies)
... Hiya.one time exposures are a low risk encounter, seldom do they ever result in HIV transmission but it is possible of course. ... (1 replies)
... pen wounds or bleeding during our sexual encounter. Well long story short it's been a few weeks and I have just come down with something and I'm not sure if it's HIV related or just a common cold, my symptoms are sore throat, sore eyes, stuffed up nose, and general aches and pain throughout my body. ... (1 replies)
... Your chance of catching HIV from this episode is close to zero. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have read your older responses about HIV transmission risk from anal fingering. I had a homosexual encounter 5 weeks ago. We kissed, he sucked my penis and I fingered his anus with two fingers. ... (1 replies)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
... times and when the condom came off it scared me. I just worried I tested too soon. ... (6 replies)
... Again, your risk was extremely small here. i myself would not have even bothered testing for this specific event, that is how small the risk was.
A 4 week modern HIV test (which you had) is about 90% accurate. Meaning, 90% of people would have tested positive by 4 weeks, were they actually infected.
Go for the 2 month test, I would be expecting the same negative result... (14 replies)
... could my immune system be damaged by hiv that fast? ... (1 replies)
... I had an exposure with a positive person on march 17th on april second 15 days later I got a hiv pnaat that came back negative. over the past few weeks I have developed what I think are swollen lymph nodes in my neck. ... (2 replies)
... Ok so I am a young gay male. The other night I was messing around with a guy that I liked. He has said that he is HIV negative but I later found out that he has never been tested! He said he's slept with two other guys. ... (4 replies)
... Its not likely you would have HIV for that length of time and not need medication. Of course a simple HIV test could resolve your mind. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. I seem to be overly concerned with hiv as of recently. I've never had sex, I'm a virgin. ... (0 replies)
... you should have no HIV concerns. ... (2 replies)
... You had no reason to test for HIV in the first place. Protected sex is ZERO risk for HIV. Same with oral sex. ... (2 replies)
... I stay in hungary a country in central europe where the doctor assures me has a low hiv rate and she has only known one in 3 years but i am still panicked and anxious. Please help me everyone i am only 18years OLD! I dont want to die. ... (2 replies)
... Personally I don't think you had a risk. HIV when exposed to air becomes inactive and with all the contact with the condom would not be condusive for transmission. ... (14 replies)
... I'm so so sad and so worried about this. I have so much anxiety. I don't want to have HIV, I'm living a hell. ... (5 replies)