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New York University, School of MedicineI think it is always safer to consider 6 months the safest. If you are really worried, then get the PCR tests for both. Get vaccinated for hep A and B and practice safe sex so you don't have to worry! ARS symptoms happen right away within weeks... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello ATC,Would the DNA PCR miss subtypes found in China? No.Would the window be delayed beyond six months due to hepatitis C and HIV? No. You don't have HIV or hepatitis C. (See below.)You are awaiting another CBC, hepatitis C antibody-test... Read more »
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Posted by nightsunami, 1 Replythe vaccines extend the period of window? it wanted that they answered this question to me because before the week 13 that me realize the examination I was vaccinated against hepatitis B. IT CAN AFFECT the VACCINE SO THAT the RESULT IS a FALSE... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesI am concerned because I got vaginal fluids in a recent burn. I know that this is a theoretical risk but I am undergoing considerable symptoms indcluding nerve problems. I read that a n eedlestick injury should be tested out till 6 months does that... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIm taking Human Biology and I looked up Aids in the book and I read something I could not believe. It says that 90% of people will show positive by 6 months and a few individuals may not test positive for three or more years. Now this book was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPlease, can somebody help me. I am really frightened.
I had receptive anal sex (condom, but no lube so may have damaged condom) and gave oral sex on 7th Oct - i know my anus was was cut as it bled afterwards.
I lost about 10lbs over the 3-4th week... Read more »
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