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... Does anyone have a HIV DNA test false negative before? ... (24 replies)
HIV DNA test??
Jul 25, 2011
... I'd still go for the complete thing even if I take this DNA thing. ... (3 replies)
... that this person even had hiv to begin with. ... (24 replies)

HIV DNA test??
Jul 26, 2011
... The HIV DNA test is not a good test to take. It "can" have false positives and is now an older test for testing for the HIV virus. The RNA test is used as a dyanostic tool but not to confirm your HIV status. Only Antibody tests do that in conclusive way. ... (3 replies)
... If any of the logic dosnt help you, then test now at 4 weeks like i said with a DUO or any 4th generation test that has P24 antigen in it. ... (24 replies)
... Thank you for all your post, but still this answer is not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for some one who already take the HIV DNA test and they got different resut after 3 month with antibody test. I'm on my 32 days from exposure now and my life been at hell! ... (24 replies)
... screening anyway. For example it is used to test actors in the adult entertainment industry in the US. It is also used by some states to test rape victims. Finally it is used to test newborns for HIV transmission from their mother. ... (1 replies)
... one is a DNA PCR which, because it has a very high rate of giving false positive results, is not approved for HIV diagnostics. The other a RNA PCR is approved for HIV diagnostics for people who have had a definite risk, i.e. ... (24 replies)
... and you certainly do not need to test out to six months. ... (24 replies)
... HIV DNA tests are reknown for false positives but more so than false negatives. The RNA test is a newer and more accurate test. The test is also not approved to confirm your HIV status only a HIV test can be used for this. ... (24 replies)
... Today I have my second test result back for HIV RNA by PCR, it was negative! I was really Happy, im sure this test is really conculsive. Even if it not i don't care anymore must move on with my life. it was a big relief today! Thank you guy for the supports! ... (24 replies)
... The HIV Proviral DNA by PCR is the most sensitive test for detecting infection. ... (1 replies)
HIV PCR DNA Test
Nov 18, 2011
... body test I knew there would be a degree of uncertainty, particularly for my later exposure. ... (7 replies)
HIV PCR DNA Test
Nov 19, 2011
... that it would definitely show up on a DNA PCR test? ... (7 replies)
... There are quite a few HIV tests out there. AS you know, the standard free test at the health department has a 13 week window period after possible exposure. ... (0 replies)
HIV PCR DNA Test
Nov 19, 2011
... As for your PCR tests, if they have given you the DNA test than thats incorrect test to have taken. The DNA test is used to monitor Viral loads not detect HIV. ... (7 replies)
HIV and testing
Sep 2, 2011
... also all negative. I just did a Home Access HIV home test at 14 weeks, negative. ... (2 replies)
... ed it about 30 seconds later but I really cannot know. I asked her about her health status and she said she felt good and never had any problems, though her last test was 2 years ago. ... (2 replies)
... Joggen makes a good point that HIV DNA test aren't approved for diagnosing acute HIV infection, only HIV RNA. This bother me a bit because I had a HIV DNA PCR done... ... (8 replies)
... Hi it been 35 days from my exposure, I have test HIV DNA 1 at days 20, and it came out negative but I still worry, fear and sick, so today days 35 I went to retest again to make myself feel better. ... (3 replies)


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