... Thank you so much! I'm just so nervous about all my symptoms and that I'm not feeling better. My last HiV test was only done about ten days after expose. Would it be accurate? ... (3 replies)
... move on,
you do not have HIV. (6 replies)
... your test in jan is great news and it
indicates that most likely you do not have HIV.
expect to still be negative with this test.
a test after 12 weeks is considered conclusive. (3 replies)
... just keep busy and your mind occupied and the time will fly by before you know it.
the 10 day test is a little early but
any test you pass is really good news as they are very accurate these days
and most of the time the results will stay the same and not change.
if you get past this test,you are home free. (3 replies)
... expect to keep getting negatives,
you do not have HIV. (7 replies)
... I did get a hiv test done jan 24 which came back negative, and I'm waiting to find out results for the one I took feb 15. Please someone help. ... (3 replies)
... Oral sex is ZERO risk. That means that you never had an exposure. You are needlessly worrying and testing over nothing here.
Serology means they were looking for antibodies in your blood for HIV> They found NONE.
A 6 week test is over 99% accurate. You DO NOT HAVE HIV. You NEVER had a reason to test in the first place for this encounter. Please move on from this. (6 replies)
... I just wanted to post my 6.5 week results. Negative for hiv (6 replies)
... Oral sex has been proven over many years of research not to be a risk of HIV transmission. Saliva is a perfect barrier with over a dozen proteins and enzymes that render the virus inactive. ... (6 replies)
... out 6.5 weeks ago I gave oral sex to a man. Not sure of his status. I've been for a test at the std clinic at week 1 for hiv, gono, and clamidia. All neg. week 4 hiv test negative. Week 6 went back and the nurse told me not to worry about coming back because I won't catch hiv from oral sex. I didn't know what to believe. ... (6 replies)
... She put a condom on me, but Im not sure if it was a used one. Now Im really stressed and worrying.. Please tell me the possibility of getting HIV or other STDs.. ... (3 replies)
... When I got the results I asked the gp what test they used. They told me it was serology. I don't think he understood. I know that oral is stated as low risk but what does that mean? (6 replies)
... It cannot be repeated enough, symptoms mean crap as far as HIV.
Your 12 week test post-PEP is conclusive. HIV should be of no concern to you whatsoever :)
You DO NOT have HIV. Please accept that fact. Congrats on that. (21 replies)
... y mild headaches for the past 2 weeks though. Don't know why, but they arent painful. Just more like a fullness feeling in my head. Can i confidently write off a hiv infection or should I go for full lab tests? ... (21 replies)
... Hi Can i know how accurate is HIV 1/2 AG/AB combo( labarotory) at 9,5th week (67day) after exposure?Please tell do i need to retest after 3 months or my test is conclusive? It is possible that the result changes after 9.5 weeks? (1 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. Very reassuring. I will post my results when they come (6 replies)
... i did another hiv antibody test at 5 weeks and 1 day and the result was negative (7 replies)
... There are no risks. The virus is too exceedingly fragile to survive outside the body. (3 replies)
... Thank you for the reply.
But anyway if it was a used one, what are the risks ? (3 replies)
... They would not be able to put a used condom on you, try its near impossible and there is no good reason to do so. Your over thinking this situation. (3 replies)