HIV 1 AND 2 ANTIBODY TEST BY ELISA METHOD
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiPCR testing is the most accurate as it is detecting the virus. The other test are looking for the body building antibodies against HIV which could take a little longer to show up. The ELISA test is the confirmatory test for HIV antibody test. So... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineIf the exposure you were worried about occurred in October, then your antibody test should have been positive by June.I would not seek further testing at this point in time. As far as Celexa goes, this should not interfere with HIV testing.My advice... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDoctors claim that the Elisa antibody test is 99.9% accurate unless you are in a high risk group and your symptoms are clinicly suggestive of hiv infection.
In other words, the test is not accurate at all. Risk groups and symptoms should have nothing... Read more »
Posted by ME2, 1 ReplyHad about all the symptoms except a fever. I have been tested for HIV four times: at 7 weeks, 14 weeks, 17 weeks, and 27 weeks and each time negative. My concern is the testing method. One test was a rapid test but the other three were Particle... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesLatest info from TheBody regarding testing!! ----
Dear Dr: I forgot to put the title yesterday, so now I ask the same question again. I had some risk one and half years ago. I did elisa1&2(twice) and resistance test at 15th month. Elisa... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply(AIDSLINE) Consistent sequential detection of RNA, antigen and antibody in early HIV infection: assessment of the window period.
Int Conf AIDS. 1996 Jul 7-12;11(1):219 (abstract no. Tu.A.153). Unique Identifier : AIDSLINE MED/96921980
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