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... weeks ago I had a broken condom incident in Thailand. I noticed half way through and changed condom. The exposure could have been a few seconds up to a few minutes. ... (5 replies)
... Well my situation is I had an exposure back in mid May, and I was tested with 4th generation blood lab test at just a day or two under 6 weeks, which came back negative. ... (8 replies)
Chances of HIV+/-
Aug 12, 2015
... I understand. Going by science, indeed it is fairly safe to say that 4 weeks post exposure is conclusive for a 4th gen, even for rapid. ... (25 replies)

Chances of HIV+/-
Aug 12, 2015
... and forums and by apolo and smiteler answers . if you take a duo test there is no way that p24 or antibodies aren't detectable . ... (25 replies)
Chances of HIV+/-
Aug 12, 2015
... In my country, a famous HIV doctor, doctor tan, states that the HIV 4th gen combo test to be conclusive at 4 weeks. Dr HHH, Dr Hook,Dr Sean, names that are familiar when mentioning about HIV testing is also supporters of that statement. ... (25 replies)
... Hey you guys, thanks for the reply I actually got a pap smear done and everything came out negative. I think I may just be over thinking, but its something that just scares the crap out of me. ... (5 replies)
Chances of HIV+/-
Aug 11, 2015
... Seeing that I have had 3 negatives and the 4.5 and 6 week mark, I really dont have a cause for concern about false positives. My exact worry was about false negatives! ... (25 replies)
... So, the next part is that I had vaginal sex with her which lasted for a long time. I used 3 condoms in all. ... (14 replies)
... I had unprotected sex with a female on the 24 of Jan. Exactly 2 weeks later I get diagnosed with Tonsillitis. I take antibiotics and recover. ... (1 replies)
... When is a hiv test really considered conclusive.. As for me I've tested out to almost 8 months with a third gen antibody test which have came back neg. ... (1 replies)
... WEll a faint line is not a positive result. It is possible but so very unlikley indeed. ... (33 replies)
... I believe to have had a high risk exposure about 60 days ago. One time sexual exposure and I had some cuts on foreskin which I believe opened up when i had erection. ... (3 replies)
... If not, you would have to wait for the test result. ... (2 replies)
... After doing this I read on net that oral sex can also be risk for HIV and It made me so worried and I read more and more about symptoms and other details about HIV. ... (10 replies)
... My question is the HIV window period same throught the world , I mean not all tests used are the same everywhere... ... (4 replies)
... I am an Indian male, 28 years old. I recently had an unprotected vaginal intercourse with my neighbor for about a minute, on 28th Dec. When this happened, I was being treated for Tonsilitis. I used Antibiotics and pain relievers as a part of the treatment. ... (14 replies)
... You never had a risk of HIV. Paranoia and anxiety do not mean you had a risk. ... (2 replies)
... I'm now currently living in Thailand, and I'm worried about a night when I was incredibly drunk and I don't remember what I did for large portions of the night and I was away from my friends for roughly 45 minutes. ... (2 replies)
... from such a brief exposure are also very low. But the risk is still there. HIV has no specifice symptoms, and what you felt a couple days after was too soon anyways. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, it would really be extremely rare for it to change. Don't be afraid of the final conclusive test. ... (15 replies)


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