Hiv Test At One Week
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiFirst the guidelines for testing are to be initially tested at 3 weeks post exposure then again at 90 days if this test is negative than so are you.Second, for the home test, the line in the C means the test was run correctly and no line in the T... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Your HIV-acquisition risk is negligible and hence so is your chance of being HIV infected. Please note an "indeterminate" result is not a "positive" result! Pregnancy can induce nonspecific cross-reacting antibodies that can... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello K,WOO-HOO! Are you actually admitting I was right??? WOWZA! Well spank my butt and call me a Republican. I can hardly believe the words I'm reading! BRAVO K for believing your definitive and conclusive test results. Many folks who have... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi,You are on the right course for testing. Rapid HIV tests, whether oral swab or blood are very accurate at 28 days, and conclusive at 90 days. Having a sore on your mouth does create an opening for the possibility of HIV transmission, but only if... Read more »
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Posted by funinthesun310, 4 RepliesTomorrow is my one week anniversary for testing positive. I was a complete wreck, ran the gammit of depression, hurt, denial, blame and tons and tons of breakdowns and crying. Thankfully my best friend was there every step of the way. The hardest... Read more »
Posted by nomoreworry4meFor HIV - first test between 9-12 weeks (by that time about 95% of positives come back positive). Then test at 6 months, and then at one year (by one year 99.9% of positives are positive).
For STDs - it depends which one you are referring to - some... Read more »
Posted by mom2w, 2 RepliesHi,
I am new. I just posted today July, 23, 2013 in the "My Loved One has HIV/AIDS.
I'll note again, my son, called W, is aware I have joined this group and will be will be joining. In the meantime, he asked me to contact you with some questions. His... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI tested negative about 11 weeks after I broke up with my last partner. The result is shy of 2 weeks, since 13 weeks is consider conclusive.
But would being "One 1/2 week" shy, really make a different in the result of my test?
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