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Home Access Negative Four Months

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Is my 3.5 month negative home access enough

Dear Dr. Bob, Here is the deal. I want to thank you for all of the effort you put into this website, and to your foundation. What you do for people, especially the "worried wells" is amazing. I've written a few times, but have had no response. I...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...conclusive. A six-month test is not necessary, but the option to get one is always available to you. The result will undoubtedly be negative.2.You are not infected.3.The symptoms of HIV-1 aren't really different from those of HIV-2. I do not... Read more »

HIV NEG -From: "special" circumstances

Dr. Bob, I don't know if you remember me, I was the one that had the lap dance and was worried... Read more »

Is Home Access Testing Enuf @ 3 months?

Hi Dr. Bob,I have read a many a responses...quite amusing!! the point....I am a gay... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing

...plan early treatment and intervention, improving your chances of slowing down the progression of HIV disease. If you test negative, you may feel less anxious. By knowing your status, you can find out whether or not you can infect... Read more »
The Well Project

What Is HIV?

...HIV, medical care and certain drugs given during pregnancy can lower the chance of passing HIV to her baby. If you test HIV-negative you can take steps to stay that way. You can also avoid unnecessary worrying. What Tests Are Available? If... Read more »
Gay Men's Health Crisis

Anal Cancer, HIV and Gay/Bisexual Men

...anal cancer. Each year anal cancer is diagnosed in about two people out of every 100,000 people in the general population. HIV negative MSM are 20 times more likely to be diagnosed with anal cancer. Their rate is about 40 cases per 100,000.... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

HIV Testing

...takes from three weeks to two months for your immune system to produce HIV antibodies. During this "window period" you can test negative for HIV even if you are infected. If you think you were exposed to HIV, you should wait for two months... Read more »
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Home Access, negative at 2 months

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...Hi everyone, I just got my 2 months result from Home Access, it's NEGATIVE! I know it's not conclusive, but I can at least breath a little easier now. I actually talked to a counselor after I get Read more »

Home Access: 5 month NEG! Woo-hoo

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...Okay, got my result back from my 5 month test through Home Access and it's NEGATIVE. I'm relieved, yet worried. Should I consider having myself checked to make sure I don't have an autoimmune disorder? Read more »

Home Access Neg at 3 Months, should I worry?

Posted by Aurora82, 1 Reply
...Hi, I had my last exposure in the middle of May. I got tested after 8 weeks and came back neg. (Sad to say, the only reason I got tested in the first place was because I got genital herpes 15 days after exposure.) I tested Read more »

Home Access results after six months

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...My result is waiting for me at Home Access. I sent my test in more than six months ago, and the recording says to call back during business hours. I have pretty much accepted that the result is positive, otherwise Read more »