... also could you please let me know what are considered to be high risk exposures? ... (10 replies)
... Any test that you take is going to be conclusive, because you NEVER HAD AN EXPOSURE. Please take up any further concerns with a local mental health professional. ... (10 replies)
... Oh.. And yeah almost forgot..since 12 weeks is considered as 3 months thrn 24 weeks is considered as 6 months right? (5 replies)
I'm currently really stressed out and going through a stage of anxiety.
I recently noticed a weird itch on my scrotum and have been worried since. I have been to the doctors about the problem 3 times - none of them indicated that I may have an STI/STD, but I went for a HIV test and awaiting results.
I also noticed I got a slightly white coated tongue and a... (0 replies)
... Unprotected sex with a partner CONFIRMED to have HIV. (10 replies)
... Thank you so much for your advice, unfortunately the CSW is from a agency and i don't have her contact information, and in their website it shows that she has already moved to another city. i will take another 4th gen HIV 1 & 2 Antibody test after 3 weeks too, i am just too stressed out right now that is why i want to take a early test first, finger crossed to be negative. (10 replies)
... Whatever test you take is ultimately up to you. But you should know that test is only recommended for high risk exposures. The chances of you having a false positive are orders of magnitude higher than the chance that you were actually infected. And you will still need an antibody test to confirm if you test negative. And if you have a false positive, you would need Western... (10 replies)
... i haven't take test yet, the test i am going to take is HIV RNA Early Detection, but the lab told me that i have to wait until at least 9 days after the exposure to take the test to get a accurate result. (10 replies)
... What kind of test did you take?
Your risk is minuscule, due to the brevity of exposure and the fact that most CSWs don't have HIV. I fully expect you to test NEGATIVE. (10 replies)
... Hi guys... I'm scared,worried and even feeling devastated.... I once had an unprotected anal sex .... I believed that HIV couldn't pass from that anus to my penis.... But I was so wrong... Later I learnt it was instead the riskiest of all..... On 12th week post exposure Out of fear and anxiety, I took an rapid HIV antibody immunochromatography card test (2nd gen) which came... (5 replies)
... test but it wont be effective until 9 days after the exposure, and i am getting so anxious and scared now, i am so stressed out and want to cry.... could someone please give me an answer or some advice? ... (10 replies)
... thank you for your words, i know what you are talking about but i just can't control myself at this situation right now, i am being so sensitive about every tiny weird feeling occur in my body and being so emotional. the 4 days remaining to the test date seem to be so long. (10 replies)
... HIV is not diagnosed by symptoms. Read the top sticky threads. Your test results will reveal your status. Expect negatives. (10 replies)
... Hi, it was a vaginal insert with a prostitute, the condom dropped but i was a hot head and kept the movement for about 20 sec. (10 replies)
... Thank u for ur time and support .... I'll be aware and will make all my friends aware about it (5 replies)
... Pep is a 4 week course, so 16 weeks would be conclusive e or 12 weeks after the last dose of pep.
yes it's one of those good news moments but just condoms for penatrive sex. (5 replies)
... So ... I could like doctor Bob would say... Woohoooo now? Oh and... If someone was on PEP..... Would 24 weeks be conclusive for him.. Not me tho I didn't take PeP its just an question for knowledge basis (5 replies)
... 12 weeks is conclusive, you don't have hiv. (5 replies)
... Hi. what was your exposure? (10 replies)
... It's a combination antibody and antigen test, the most accurate type available. You can be certain that you don't have HIV. Accept your test results and MOVE on with your LIFE. (7 replies)