... Hi I found out I have tested reactive to the Elisa test with inconclusive results on the western blot, when the Dr. phoned me up to tell me I am HIV positive back in 2013 I was in shock. ... (9 replies)
... Hiya. Well unless you have been exposed to HIV while you have been with your partner then it's quite impossible for you to have HIV as he is HIV negative.
The flu or being pregnant are renowned for creating false positives then alone many other conditions.
If you need peace of mind then see a HIV specialist but this all seems unlikely unless you had a risk on your... (9 replies)
... Well their was a similar if not near identical case here in the last 4 weeks. She kept testing positive had children yet her husband was negative and so were the children. ... (9 replies)
... He had taken it back in 2013 when I was told I was positive and his was negative at the time he has not been tested since should he be retested along with my children? ... (9 replies)
... Hiya. Your husband has taken HIV tests and tested negative, that's correct yes? (9 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I am still quite shaken up by my positive elisa results. With some anxiety relieved from a negative western blot. I hope the western blot is not going to change. Can it do that? ... (4 replies)
... I tested positive and then negative on elisa last week. My doctor had me retest a week later and the result was negative western blot. At that time my doctor also drew the RNA PCR viral load. The results may not be known until next week. ... (4 replies)
... I had some labs done the results came back with a positive ELISA test, but a negative Western Blot. ... (1 replies)
... I took western blot test on my 58th day again it came as negative.. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I hope the western blot cannot become positive. And the PCR RNA viral load tests can take a few weeks. I have not had any exposure in 8 months. Thank you. ... (4 replies)
... WB alone can be often indeterminate in HIV negative patients that's why both tests need to be positive in order to have a positive HIV diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... Western blot is the gold standard. A negative WB after 8 months means that you don't have HIV. The RNA PCR will be negative. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, how are you doing, and how did your 2nd antibody test come out?
How long has it been since you might have been exposed?
I think if your Western Blot is negative and it's been long enough (at least 3 months), you are *probably* negative.
What does your doctor think? (1 replies)
... I will have to take the test again in 6 weeks. My doctor told me not to worry because my PCR was negative and it is the most sensitive test and detect early infection than other tests... I just don't know what to do anymore... ... (9 replies)
... but my Western Blot test confirmed it was negative. I did a viral load today and won't have the results for another 7 days. ... (2 replies)
... Guys, I did a full checkup and all of the known deadly infections tested negative except this Hiv came as "raised value" without stating whether it's positive or negative. ... (10 replies)
... Western blot ended up determinate. ... (10 replies)
... Indeterminate only turns negative for pregnant women and this fact also drives me crazy. ... (10 replies)
... I do not know what is preliminary and detail, but according to the health department of my country they should be ELISA and Western Blot. ... (1 replies)
I m fully convinced with my protected sex, But I am worried abt the unprotected forplay and the ARS symptoms which I gone through..
Can you guys clarify in the case of possible exposure if there is any possibility that my 8th week negative test (Western blot / standard antibodies) will likely to change on my 12th week test.. ??
Also please clarify the ARS... (5 replies)