|RE:Will HINI Vaccination casued my HIV test result to be fault negative?
Jan 23, 2010
Hi Dr Bob!! i have been writing to you since 4 years ago and finally i have enough of the fear so i got myself tested. I told my case to my Hep B Doc and she is very nice to me.
This is the 1st time you answered my question and i was so delighted!! I wanna tell u that i really admire your work bcos u bring comfort to us. A big THANK YOU!!! And ya..i wanna tell all the boys and girls out there to stop asking you about symptoms becos they are crapzzz...
PS: sorry of my typo error, it should be virginal sex.
But 1 last question, my last exposure is 2 weeks ago and i got tested 2 weeks later and it is negative, it is a good sign? Thanks!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
All negative HIV tests are, of course, encouraging. However, HIV-antibody tests taken prior to the three-month mark are not considered definitive or conclusive.
Good luck. Be well.
Will HINI Vaccination casued my HIV test result to be fault negative? Jan 20, 2010
Hi Dr Bob,
I just read yr Forum regrading to guy who has a HINI vaccination and suspected the result to be fault positive.
I have HIN1 vaccination 3 weeks ago and recently i went for HIV Ag-Ab screen (Anti-HIV). It is neagtive. Will the vaccination casued it to be fault negative?
PS: I will have to redo the test in 3 mths marks as my recent exposure was 2 weeks ago. It was protected varginal sex. My doc said that i should be fine as long as condom is used. Thanks!
Response from Dr. Frascino
Flu vaccinations may cause false-positive HIV-antibody screening tests, but they cannot cause "false negative" test results.
By the way, what is "varginal sex?" Sounds kinky.
Be well. Good luck.
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