14 Months After Possible Exposure Results Non Reactive
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillThe teasing shows conclusively that there was no transmission. The more test you do the more of a risk of a false positive. The viral load and negative western blots prove it all. Plus the exposure was not really anything that I would consider... Read more »
Stanford University, School of Medicine1. Antibodies to HIV are unique to HIV. However, there are certain conditions (cancers, autoimmune diseases, or other viral infections like HIV-2, HTLV-1, HTLV-2), which could produce antibodies which react in a HIV-1 assay and cause a false... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,A reactive ELISA and negative Western Blot is considered a negative HIV test. That you have had the same result at multiple test sites over a period of six months further corroborates your negative HIV status. (If you had been in the process... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI went in for an HIV antibody test 90 days post-possible exposure and the result came back reactive on the Elisa and non-reactive on the western blot. Are the antibodies produced in response to HIV unique or are they generic to a host of other... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI think it is a good sign to have a non reactive test rather than a indetermate test results.
The Chance of going from a Non Reactive to Postive at 3 months is none.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replieswhat is the big difference in the results ?
If you had a non reactive chances are it will stay that way ?
If you have indetermante chances are they could turn positive ?
This is always puzzeld me because some band show up on a indetermante test
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPains in inner thighs, acheing armpits (but no swelling) feeling weak, diarreah. Incident was non protected vaginal insertive. Is it my mind? Read more »
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