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... I had a protected vaginal sex with someone whose HIV status I was not aware of and the probability of her being infected with HIV is more as she is a sex worker. During intercourse I had unprotected oral sex both ways i.e. ... (8 replies)
... What are my chances when i retest at 12 weeks? ... (9 replies)
... at least that is what happened to me when i got infected. ... (19 replies)

... No, you should not delay your confirmation test and ignore medical science by imagining that you know better than the tests that have been perfected over the last 30 years. ... (61 replies)
... antigen test these tests aren't offered everywhere. Like I stated in your other thread their are circumstances where testing is warranted at 3 and 6 months post exposure these include PEP, Agammaglobulinemia, a known exposure to an HIV infected individual, etc.... ... (1 replies)
... I am driving myself crazy.... Here is my story about 4.5 months ago I had an affair. Please dont judge, I am already doing that for all of you! Anyway I told my husband and he has forgiven me. My exposure was unprotected sex. ... (17 replies)
... weeks is enough for a test? ... (4 replies)
... Official guidelines are simply that, guidelines. They do not determine when an HIV test is conclusive or not. It is the manufactures of the tests that provide data to show their test are conclusive at a specific time. ... (22 replies)
... Yes, it would really be extremely rare for it to change. Don't be afraid of the final conclusive test. ... (15 replies)
... Buddy most all HIV experts now agree that a six week negative test is as good as conclusive. ... (9 replies)
... All HIV tests are conclusive at 3 months and have been since 2004. ... (4 replies)
... Firstly, you had NO exposure. An exposure would be unprotected sex with a known HIV postive person. You did not even have a risk, a handjob is ZERO risk for HIV. Symptoms mean absolutely nothing in determing HIV, regardless of whether you think they do or not. ... (35 replies)
HIV mouth sores?
Sep 1, 2011
... Buddy, please stop what you are doing. You are doing what is called symptom chasing. This is when somebody who as an HIV concern gets online reads up on HIV symptoms and tries to guess whether they have HIV or not based upon them. ... (15 replies)
... On the HIV front. Buddy you have been doing what most people do who have an HIV concern do, get on Google and start reading up and looking for tell tale signs and symptoms. ... (14 replies)
... That test has a realibility factor of 99. ... (29 replies)
... Ok buddy, fair enough. A 3rd gen HIV test will test for the antibodies produced when your body reacts to an HIV infection. A 4th generation Dou test on the other hand will not only test for the antibody's it will also test for P24, the protein that actually lives on the virus. ... (25 replies)
... Why would anyone need this when the standard of care is antibody testing? ... (25 replies)
... No, this is just more Internet garbage which you apparently have an endless appetite for. ... (34 replies)
Genetic hiv test
Feb 24, 2005
... I'm not sure what kind of test you're talking about but the best answer I can give you is see you're doctor and work out the time frame from when you had you're exposure . ... (1 replies)
... this. I just discovered this site last night and it has made me feel so much better knowing there are others out there going through the same thing as I am. Here is my story... ... (0 replies)




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