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Chances Of Converting After 11.5 Week Negative

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COULD I BE CONVERTING FROM NEGATIVE TO POSITIVE???

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
TODAYS AGO I FOUND MY SELF AT THE HOSPITAL, THEY WERE TELLING ME I HAD VIRAL SYNDROM, FROM A VIRAL ILNESS. THEY WERE ONABLE TO TELL ME WHAT WAS WRONG WITH ME. GAVE ME SOME MEDISION FOR MT STOMACH AND SENT ME ON MY WAY.
IF MY BLOOD IS CONVERTING, WHEN... Read more »

Can I convert after 9 weeks Neg?

Posted by Anonymous
Can I go from a neg at 9 weeks to a positive at 12 weeks?

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chances of a 6 week negative turning positive duo

Posted by anxious66, 4 Replies
Has anyone actually seroconverted after a 6-8 week negative? Or has anyone heard of this happening? i can't trust in my negative 6 week 4th gen duo test result as being conclusive because i still have a few symptoms such as an irritated throat and... Read more »

chances of 12 weeks negative turning into positive

Posted by kitten1970, 4 Replies
Hi,
I engaged in a risky exposure and have had followng tests:
DNA/PCR negative at 4 weeks
Antiboy negative at 4 weeks
DNA/PCR negative at 8 weeks
Antibody negative at 8 weeks
Antibody negative at 12 weeks
It has been around 4 1/2 months since exposure... Read more »

Chances of being negative

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Can any body tell me Chances of Having at 7 week post exposure . I am having pain in groin area and armpits region. My 45 day elisa and 32 day PCR DNA was negative. I have undergone p-24 antigen also on 21st day post exposure.
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Time to Convert--boyfriend already did

Doc, I started seeing an old boyfriend whom I am very much in love with. We started seeing each other and becoming sexually active 8 weeks ago (today is 7-17-06). Two weeks ago he told me he was positive. We had unprotected oral and some anal but...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Unprotected oral and anal sex does place you at risk for STDs, including HIV. Your recent negative HIV test is encouraging, but not definitive. You'll need to retest at the three-month mark (from your last potential exposure). If that... Read more »

Chances of seroconversion after 8 weeks negative

Dear Dr. Bob,I recently completed PEP treatment from my exposure eight weeks ago. 42 hours after exposure, I started to take Truvada(only medication) and took for 28 days. Took the tests 4 weeks and 6 weeks ( with screening for other STD), and...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Your HIV exposure was extremely brief -- five seconds of unprotected anal receptive sex. You began a two-drug PEP regimen at 42 hours and completed a full 28-day course. You have had negative HIV-antibody tests at four, six and eight weeks; all... Read more »

possibility of converting to positive.

What is the percentage of converting from negative at 3 months to positive at 6 months for a healthy white male who only had one encounter with a female, but used a polyurathane condom?...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Questions like this need to be posted to our Safe sex and HIV Prevention Forum. This forum is reserved for folks already confirmed to be HIV positive. OK?Lets start with a more basic question: "Whats the percentage of someone... Read more »

Converting to seropositive

I just been newly diagnosed as hiv +. Fist quick test result + and then I wait 1 week to know result of W. blot that shows reactive only reactive in 2 bands. Everything is new for me. What does it mean converting to seropostive? I have to wait 2...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Becoming HIV seropositive means you have contracted HIV. I would suggest you learn more about HIV by reviewing the information on this site under the heading "The Basics," which can be found on The Body's homepage. There you... Read more »
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