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Home Access Test At Six Weeks

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Home Access Test 12 weeks, can I Woo Hoo or What? Or possible HIV 2! I will donate $$$$$$$$$$

I recently had a real good scare. Had about a minute of unprotected intercourse with a stripper were the condom failed. For the next 2 weeks I stressed like I never did before. At 12 days I took a qualatative DNA-PCR test which came back negative...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...for additional information, OK?1.Your HIV risk is relatively low, but not completely nonexistent.2.I would consider your 12-week negative Home Access test to be conclusive and definitive.3.Neither your nor your wife's symptoms are suggestive of... Read more »

Home Access Test Accuracy @ 13 weeks

Does the home access test fall into the same defintion of "conclusive" (relative to all the other... Read more »

Badda Bing Dude Again

Thank you for answering my question. I was really scared about being fingered with that bit of... Read more »
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San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing

...hours, but most test sites send samples to outside labs, where they are tested in batches, so you may have to wait one to two weeks for results. Beyond the Window Period ELISA tests are very rarely "false negative." This means if you have a... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

HIV Testing

...arrange for HIV testing at any Public Health office, or at your doctor's office. Test results are usually available within two weeks. In the US, call the National AIDS Hotline, (800) 342-2437. The most common HIV test is a blood test. Newer tests... Read more »
The Well Project

What Is HIV?

...HIV? Most people cannot tell that they have been exposed or infected. Symptoms of HIV infection may show up within two to four weeks of exposure to HIV, and can include fever, swollen glands, muscle aches, or rash. Some people do not notice the... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Drug Use and HIV

...information on ways to reduce the harm of drug use. A recent study showed that HIV can survive in a used syringe for at least 4 weeks . If you have to re-use equipment, you can reduce the risk of infection by cleaning it between users. If... Read more »
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30 week test Home Access

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...I used Home Access kit and tested negitive at 15, 23 and 30 weeks since my last possible exposure. Are they absolutly conculsive?? Read more »

6 Week Negative Home Access

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...If 50% would present by week 4 what is the percentage for week 6? Should I test at week 8 or just wait out till the 3 month mark? Read more »

How reliable is a HomeAccess test at 13 weeks???

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...Anyone know? I tried calling HomeAccess but my phone died while i was waiting to talk to a counselor :( Thanks Read more »

6 weeks with home access

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...i tested negative with a home access test at 6 weeks. is this pretty conclusive? i know i should take one at a later time, but this should be accurate right? Read more »