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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 »
North Shore University HospitalDear Fiance,Do not panic, stop worrying. From what you tell me you are not infected with HIV. Testing negative after 12 months is an excellent sign. Also, your risk was very low for acquiring HIV from oral-vaginal sexual contact on intact skin.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineNatural history studies (HIV infected women, not receiving HIV treatment) indicate that about 25% (1 in 4) of infants become infected. So no, not all infants from women who are infected become HIV infected. That number goes down dramatically if... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI wanted to share briefly with everyone that just because you may have symptoms of HIV does not necessarily mean that you are HIV positive.
I would come onto this website everyday for hours and surf the web for the risks, symptoms, exposure rates,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIs Pancreatitis a symptom/effect of HIV Infection? Read more »
Posted by panic05, 5 RepliesI got a question on HIV infection from dried blood. I know no one has been infected with HIV due to contact with toilet seat so far. But I am still worrying about its possibility.
Today, I went to a public washroom. After flushing the toilet, I... Read more »
Posted by BrianJW, 1 ReplyI was obviously not very responsible in a recent sexual encounter and need advise on my chances of HIV infection. It was a routine encounter in a bar that ended in unprotected oral and vaginal sex (no anal). She seemed to be in a low risk group... Read more »
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