|Dr. Young, thanks for you help and time.
Jun 19, 2014
Thank you very much for taking your time from your busy schedule and answering to my concern. The only reason why my husband has been constantly worrying so much about is that EIA converting from non reactive to reactive and staying reactive. and he was telling me that the other thing he was worried about the effect of budasonide medication(for oral inhalation for her regular coughing) on the HIV western blot test if it might have caused a false negative on the western blot or taking longer duration to seroconvert. She was almost always using that budesonide for oral inhalation.
First of all after the incident also we thought we will let it go, but he got very anxious and worried when she was falling sick(few times) and getting those coughs and colds(almost all the time) and some other things, even including rashes when we went out of the country . Before that she was a healthy child. May be it is something else, we are following up with an allergist.
And do you think is a PCR Quantitative test a reliable test in testing for HIV, in situations like this where the EIA is reactive and Western blot is negative?
Please advise Dr.
Response from Dr. Young
One last time. A positive ELISA is not a positive test for HIV. The multiple negative Western blots are definitive.
I'm sorry that your daughter is not well. But no further HIV testing is needed and and more testing is a waste of money and time and would only fuel your husband's misplaced anxiety and directs attention from getting your daughter the medical help she needs.
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