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Pos Elisa Neg PCR DNA and RNA 6 months later

Dec 15, 2007

In June I had a neg. elisa, neg westblot, postive pcr 10,000 copies. The Dr said that number could be an error. The next day on repeated test I have neg. elisa neg WB and PCR 2050. 4 months later pos elisa, pos WB and negative PCR DNA and Neg RNA. The Doc can explain it they are sending out for a test that can look for 1-2 copies. If these test are negative will I be considered HIV negative. BY the way I am on no HIV meds and UCLA want to do a case study. I am afraid and I don't know what to do next. My partner of 2 yrs is neg and we last had sex 4 days before the first test. I also never used PEP in the process.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

keep me posted on your results.

Drop in viral load
liver tests

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