About hiv testing .. Is that enough !! Please need your answer
Jun 29, 2014
I had sex with a csw with condom 4 months ago it was three times , i had a mouth to mouth kissing also .. At that time i had after shave scratches at genetalia area .. What happened is happened .. and after 2 weeks i started to have symptoms like burining micturation , sorethroat , white tongue and itchy skin rashes until now except for the burning . When i have these symptoms i really panicked and i had done some tests done : (1) Elisa test day 9 : negative (2) Elisa & hiv pcr quantitative day14: Elisa : negative pcr : nondetectabel < 50 ml/cups (3) Rapid test finger prick day 30 : negative (4 ) combo test day 36 : negative (5) combo test day 42 : negative (6) combo test day 50 : negative (7) combo test day 64 : negative (8) nat test day 73 : negative (9) combo test day 84 : negative (10) combo test day 90 : negative (11) rapid test day 95 : negative (12) nat test day 102 : negative
Is that conclusive even with the symptoms ?! Should i feel rest even with the continuous symptoms ..
Response from Dr. Wohl
You are the most HIV negative person on the planet. I do not know what is causing your symptoms but I do know it is not HIV.
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