HIV infection help
Aug 2, 2014
RNA Qualitative test -Result
Please tell me following i am confuse.
Trying this: 1) Day 1st : Sexual intercourse with Female(vaginal) Intercourse. 2) Day 2nd : Test : Immuno-Chromatography . - Not Found 3) Day 30th : HIV SPOT Test - NON Reactive 4) Day 35th : RNA QUALITATIVE - (Not Detected)
I want this answer from Doctor.. 1) This RNA Qualitative test will Confirm HIV infection at 35th day after Sex with Female (vaginal) Intercourse. 2) This test can enough for hiV infection. 3) Now i have this prob A) Dry Throath B) Swallowing Armpit And Neck. C) hair loss D) Paining shoulder, hands and legs finger.. Please guide me in details about my case...
Day 72 CDC
Neutrophils : 57(40-70) Lymphocytes : 40(20-40) Monocytes : 02(02-08) Eosinophils :01(01-06) Basophils:00(00-01)
Please tell me about this..
Response from Dr. Wohl
HIV RNA detects the presence of virus within about 1 week of infection. A negative (undetectable) HIV RNA at 35 days is very reassuring and many experts would say it is conclusive. The more cautious may recommend repeat antibody testing at 12 weeks.
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