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There is a guy I know and he told me he tested for hivMy question is as follows:what type of test is this: "HIV-1 Antibody by enzymes immunoassay (eia) with reflux to western blot CB test HIV 1/AB=Non-ReactiveHIV Western Blot = N/AWhat does all this...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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Hello,The type of test is an EIA (Enzyme Immunoassay). It's an "ELISA"-type test to detect anti-HIV antibody in the blood. The way the test was ordered, a confirmatory test called a Western Blot would have been run if and only if the initial... Read more »

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Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
I have been reading by others about different types of tests. (1st, 2nd , 3rd Generation) I had a test (came back negative) by my healthcare provider (not by free clinic) at right around the 6 month mark (I think 181 dayss, but not definite) Would... Read more »

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Had possible exposure about 5 weeks ago. What to take a test. What is the earliest I can take a test with fairly reliable results? I know everyones says 90 days, but is there another one? I had the waiting. I hav shut down my sex life just in case. Read more »

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