EIA Testing Method Acute HIV
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Your HIV-acquisition risk is essentially nonexistent. Stripping Shelia at your local Badda Bing is not a homicidal psychopath deliberately trying to murder her clients (no matter how bad of a tipper you may be).Symptoms that occur the day... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Assuming you had this test taken six months after your last unprotected sexual exposure to your first husband (I'm assuming he died of AIDS), your results would indicate you are definitively HIV negative. A positive EIA and negative... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,1."S/CO" means signal to cutoff ratio. It's a technical term having to do with the test. In your case, your value is clearly negative. 2.Yes, it's way more than sufficient.3.No, you are not immunocompromised.4.No, very... Read more »
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Posted by mbz, 1 ReplyIf "coccidioides ab,igG, EIA is in fact the 1st HIV test done on my girlfriends lab. Those results have an observed value of 0.000. If that is indeed the EIA test, Why would they do a Western Blot test if those results did not show anything? Only... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesI wish it had not come down to this, however, I tested HIV positive after a PCR, and EIA 1/2. It has been 5.5 months since my exposure, so therfore, you can count that 3 month rule out. I will be deceased by 4-8-02. I am getting my affairs in... Read more »
Posted by longlife, 1 Reply40 days later, the duo screw hiv ab / ag neg.
84 days after HIV 1/2 EIA neg.
97 days later, the combo HIV 1/2 neg.
Do I need another test?
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Posted by AnonymousHi everyone. I was doing a little research into the type of EIA I had and found out it was 3rd generation. What are the benefits of a 3rd generation test? Are there any drawbacks? What is the best generation of EIA? Also I'm not sure if my test... Read more »
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