Average Morality After Hiv Aids Infection
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Psychotherapist and AuthorMy heart goes out to you since you are such a caring and open person, and are in the midst of such a profound conflict. You raise such an interesting and good point, that many couples, both heterosexual as well as gay, need to address at some point... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Nathan,I'm not sure the person who sent that question even exists. However, if he does, I believe my "moral outrage" was more than justified. He reported he has been living with HIV for 14 years and had "more than... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Your eight-month test was negative. That means you are HIV negative. No ifs, ands or buts about it! If your mind won't let you truly accept this fact, it's being anything but "logical." It's being Republican!Yes,... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineIn patients naive to HIV meds, the average increase in CD4 count is around 100-150 over a year. That can depend on where you start from, and what you CD4 count was prior to HIV infection, which almost everybody does not know. The normal range is... Read more »
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Posted by dknswm45, 2 RepliesI have been infected thru hetro sex since May 17, 2011. Got very sick for 2 weeks following intercourse. Was tested and given the news. I thought my life was lonely being a trucker now it is non exisitant. Is it a wonder I am not in a padded cell.... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesThe information that "the average time to test accurately for hiv antibodies is 25 days" is grossly outdated. So, let us not go into lengthy definition about the meaning of average. Most doctors, lab technicians and experts say that by 4 weeks, most... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAs you all can see the average for positive test is 10-14 days before they said 21 or 25 days. Info from John Hopkins medical management of HIV 2001.
The window period: The time delay from infection to positive EIA averages 10 to 14 days with newer... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesBetween August 15th and the 22nd of this year I had intercoarse with a mutual friend, for the first few moment's we did not use a condom, but than I said we needed to stop and use one and she agreed, we were bit in the moment.
About 4 weeks later I... Read more »
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