Hiv Pcr Eia 28 Days Test
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Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesI wish it had not come down to this, however, I tested HIV positive after a PCR, and EIA 1/2. It has been 5.5 months since my exposure, so therfore, you can count that 3 month rule out. I will be deceased by 4-8-02. I am getting my affairs in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI had a possible risky exposure with a sex worker of unknown status on Oct 11, 2001. About a 1.5 weeks I had a burn when I urinated, I went to the doctor and tested for all STD's, negative, however the burn lasted until Jan. 12, 2002.
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Posted by longlife, 1 Reply40 days later, the duo screw hiv ab / ag neg.
84 days after HIV 1/2 EIA neg.
97 days later, the combo HIV 1/2 neg.
Do I need another test?
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Posted by mbz, 1 ReplyIf "coccidioides ab,igG, EIA is in fact the 1st HIV test done on my girlfriends lab. Those results have an observed value of 0.000. If that is indeed the EIA test, Why would they do a Western Blot test if those results did not show anything? Only... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyStarted having some symptoms after unprotective, insertive vaginal sex with a risky woman years ago. Small red spots on ankles and elsewhere that look a lot like KS to me. They aren't going away. Anyway, got an EIA test and it came back negative.... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,WOO-HOO request granted! You are HIV negative!"Positive" rapid OraQuick tests are only considered "preliminarily positive" and need to be confirmed with a secondary test before being termed definitively positive. Your... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe guidelines for HIV testing are to be initially tested at 3 weeks then again at 3 months, if both of these tests are negative then so are you.The experience you had in April was not a risk for HIV. I would say that the test you had with the... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineA p24 antigen test 3 months after exposure is not of much value. Even after acute infection, most people with p24 antigen will be negative by then. In some people the p24 antigen is positive 1-2 weeks before the antibody test. By 3 months a PCR test... Read more »
N.Y. Legislature Approves Bill Allowing Access to PCR Test for Emergency Personnel Potentially Exposed to HIVThe New York Legislature has unanimously approved identical bills (S 5424 , A 576 ) that would allow police officers and other emergency personnel who are potentially exposed to HIV on the job to access an HIV test that can detect the virus more... Read more »
AAHIVM Reaffirms Support for Routine HIV Testing, Calls Upon All Medical Providers to Perform at Least One HIV Test on National HIV Testing Day June 27Washington, D.C. -- With the overhaul of the nation's health care system at center stage for the White House, the Congress and the country, the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), on National HIV Testing Day 2009, affirms its commitment to... Read more »
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