How Will The Doctor Contact Me If I Test Positive For Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,First of all, there is no such thing as an "HIV carrier." Someone is either HIV positive (infected) or HIV negative (not infected).Next, HIV is not transmitted by casual conduct and you should have no fears about your daughter... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Following a significant exposure with a partner documented to be HIV positive, HIV-antibody testing is recommended at three months (from the date of the last exposure) and, if negative, at six months for a definitive result. Assuming the... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello again K,No matter how many times you write in, my assessment and advice will not change. So for now we'll have to agree to disagree. You're positive you're positive. I'm positive you're not. So we'll just have to... Read more »
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Posted by Nickkk, 2 RepliesFirst of all i must tell you that i do not come from USA, so sorry for my bad english.
I come from Europe and my name is Nick, also i am 26 years old.
I have an unprotected sex before ~2 months-(73days) with a woman that her hiv condition is unknown... Read more »
Posted by spike, 19 RepliesMy health department contacted me, before my doctor today at work. I found out the HIV test I took came back postive.
I am so afraid!. I don't want to go to sleep. I know I will discuss this with my personal doctor in the morning. But this first... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesThis past week I went in for my annual blood HIV testing because my spouse has HIV. My initial HIV test this week returned with an abnormal result which inspired that lab to test with the additional Western Blot exam. This too returned... Read more »
Posted by DELRAELADAMSCH, 1 ReplyHello I am HIV Positive and I have been taking the necessary medication and I tested positive a year ago. Read more »
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