Hiv Test Results Duration
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Stanford University, School of Medicine1. Fabulous response after two months.2. It is very likely on your next visit that your viral load will be undetectable and your CD4 count in the 300-350 range.3. Usually people will be seen after 3 months and then every 3 months thereafter.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,A condom slipping off on withdrawal should not place you at significant risk for HIV. An isolated sore throat and possible swollen glands in your neck and one armpit is not suggestive of HIV ARS. So minimal (if any) exposure plus symptoms, which... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineNo, the way this looks to me, the way you have presented it, is that your result is 100,000, which is a low viral load....I would strive for 48 weeks of treatment; if you were having significant side effects, I would take that into consideration as... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHey everyone. I am sorta freaking out about a recent sexual experience I had. I had intercourse with a woman that might have been infected. It only lasted for 5 seconds, then I pulled out as I was not very secure in the situation. I looked down... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi I would like to share my test result and see what you guys think.
I had a possible exposure to HIV (unprotected sex with someone of unknown status). at 1 week post-exposure I had a fever, fatigue, nausea which lasted for one day. It was a very... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousCan someone tell me whether rashes and lymph nodes due to AVS, caused by HIV disappear after the AVS period? Which is 2 weeks? Or do they stay there for a long period?
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Posted by anonymouslad, 4 RepliesWhat is the rough duration that symptoms will last after someone is infected with HIV? I think I read somewhere else that they only last around a week. So if someone is getting symptoms which are lasting 2, 3+ weeks is it safe to assume that... Read more »
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