Hiv Test Four Weeks After Exposure
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,A negative DUO HIV test at four weeks is encouraging, but not conclusive. You would still need a negative ELISA at three months and six months, according to the post-PEP testing guidelines. (Check the archives for additional information about... 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 »
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 »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI am a female who had unprotected sex with a man who I was later told was HIV + (but not by him). I went to Planned Parenthood in MA four years later and took a test, it came back negative, but just to be sure I took a home access three months... Read more »
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 scared77, 3 RepliesIt's been a month after my risky exposure, I am slowly going crazy and I have gotten to the point where I don't think I can really take this any more.
I gotta get tested, do you think a 4 week post exposure test, should be considerably accurate?
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Posted by Sprite1, 3 RepliesNo screaming anguish this time, I promise. Sorry.
It's now four weeks to go for the 'make or break' test. Weighing up all the odds statistically, I'll be fine... looking at my symptoms, and, heart-breakingly, those of my partner, I'm not remotely... Read more »
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