Writing 3rd Time!!!! HIV Viral load RT PCR, i am going to die pls answer
Apr 15, 2013
Dr Please Answer I am Writing 3rd Time - Dear Sir, i have drinked some contaminated cold drinks with Prostitue , I am already STDs HepB , CMV . so i am horrified that i have possed HIV and i have done HIV Viral load PCR where results shown by ,India SRL Pathlab <72 where reference range mentioned <72 but no interpretation is mentioned on report . So i am horrified please let me know it is negative or i posses low Viral load . i have 12 weeks CMIA negative & 11 Weeks Westron Blot negative . Pls help me what is my HIV Status , I do i am infected with HIV. Please Answer I am writing 3rd Time .
Response from Ms. Southall
Hi First, our apologies that you have not recieved an answer to your question sooner. No, you can not get HIV from touching an inanimate object, this includes drinking after someone who has HIV. Transmission of HIV from a contaminated surface would require massive exposure to blood or other infected liquid from prolonged period of time.
Your testing is showing that you are negative. Conclusive testing for you would be at 90 days, but again you did not put yourself at risk by drinking after someone.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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