How Long For Elisa Test Results

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Can i trust the results for an HIV elisa test after 7 and 10 months??

hello docs, you are doing a tremendous job here!! congratshere is the thing, I had unprotected sex with a girl of unknown status a year ago back in july 2009.....went through surgery in September (Varicicele) and took antibiotics for 3 weeks or...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

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Hello,Surgery doesn't affect HIV antibody testing. If you're negative at 7 months and haven't been exposed (really) since, you can trust the negative results.Be well (and safe),BY Read more »

ELISA test result period

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Elisa Test Result Was Rushed

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New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute

Diagnostic, Monitoring and Resistance Laboratory Tests for HIV

...Architect HIV Combo assay detected approximately 88% of acutely infected individuals who had been missed by a third generation ELISA test. 1 The available screening assays (i.e., rapid tests, the third generation or earlier ELISAs, and CIAs)... Read more »
Rick Sowadsky, M.S.P.H.

Frequently Asked Questions About AIDS (II)

...Positive or Indeterminate Test Result Mean? When a person gets an antibody test for HIV, the first test that is done is the ELISA test, also called the EIA. If the ELISA test is negative, this is considered a negative result, and confirmatory... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

HIV Testing

...results, the test has usually been done two or more times. The first test is called an "EIA" or "ELISA" test. Before a positive ELISA test result is reported, it is confirmed by another test called a "Western Blot". This is why home test kits... Read more »
Black AIDS Institute

Black America and HIV Testing

...primary method for diagnosing HIV does not test for the virus itself but instead screens for "antibodies" for the virus. The ELISA test (short for "enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay"), is used to screen for HIV antibodies in the blood or other... Read more »
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