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Posted by worriedsick, 2 RepliesShould it be taken with a grain of salt? Or is it a good step in the right direction? Does anyone know the level of conclusiveness after 30 days for an HIV test? Read more »
Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyHi again,
i am very stressed again, 12 weeks (84 days) anti-hiv test comes negative,
1)is it conclusive?
I still have swollen lymph nodes and also i have sore throat and Swollen tonsils with white spots.
Last question , 2)i have extremely high levels of... Read more »
Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyPlease answer me, i am gonna crazy,
i have another anti-hiv test at 15 weeks.
but i have a pain in my liver, i have also a CBC but sgot and sgpt are at normal levels.
I have swollen lymph nodes too around my body. (neck, arms, legs)
i am so... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHello, I was wondering is a negative hiv blood test almost one year and a half after exposure with no further exposures truly conclusive? Or could a person possibly years later show up hiv positive? I heard a person say it can possibly take up to... Read more »
Posted by boots, 1 ReplyOk in 07 I had a risk vaginal with an escort... I tested out to 84 days and I was negative.. Well yesterday I called around and I was told locally I did not test long enough.. That I should of tested again. Well I didnt so today I called the CDC and... Read more »
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University of North CarolinaHello thereThe sensitivity of HIV testing has improved greatly over the past few years. Current antibody tests can pick up HIV infection earlier than prior tests and by 90 days practically all (97%) infections are detected by antibody testing alone... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi M,It sounds like you have all of the info and answers already. You could go in for a test at 4 weeks. It would be a good indicator of what to expect at 90 days, and yes, please follow-up with a final test at 90 days.In health,Richard... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe testing guidelines for HIV are to be initially tested at 3 weeks post exposure and then again at 90 days. As long as there are no other exposures happened during this time frame than the results are conclusive. No matter which generation they... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there,90 days is considered conclusive. However, I would feel extremely confident with the results of an 82 day test. I would not expect the results to change between 82 and 90 days. You could either test again at the 90 day mark, or wait until... Read more »
Conclusions and Recommendations: Universal Access for MSM to HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support ProgramsNinety-one countries (71%) did not report on access for MSM to HIV prevention programs. Only 10 of 128 countries (7%) were able to report that at least 60% of MSM have access to HIV prevention programs. Some MSM experts note that the calculations of... Read more »
NIH Official Rewrote Safety Report on Nevirapine Use in Pregnant Women to Change Conclusions, Remove Negative InformationDr. Edmund Tramont, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division of AIDS , rewrote a safety report on the use of the antiretroviral drug nevirapine in pregnant women in order to change its conclusions and remove... Read more »
Los Angeles Times Examines UNICEF Conclusion That Male Dominance Plays Major Role in Swaziland's High HIV PrevalenceThe Los Angeles Times on Sunday examined Swaziland's HIV/AIDS epidemic and UNICEF representative Alan Brody's conclusion that one of the major reasons for the country's high HIV prevalence rate is that people in the country use laws, religions... Read more »
At Conclusion of Major International Scientific Meeting on AIDS, Researchers Highlight Evidence of Important Benefits From HIV Investments for Other Health Conditions, Including Those Affecting Women and ChildrenCape Town, South Africa -- At today's conclusion of the 5th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2009) the International AIDS Society welcomed evidence illustrating how investments in HIV have contributed to reductions... Read more »
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