If My Blood Test Comes Abnormal Should I Get An Hiv Test
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University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineThe most common abnormalities are in the complete blood count, although these are not specific for (unique to) HIV. Whether such changes would show up in a year depends on how each person's body reacts to HIV infection.... Read more »
University of Kansas Medical CenterI am not sure what you mean by the gyn test. Is it a pap smear? Have you had additional tests? (Such as a colposcopy.) The meds will not cause an abnormal pap. Do not stop your meds to try to effect your pap smear. Abnormal paps are usually caused... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineWow, that's quite a story. The bottom line is if you used condoms then you should be reasonably safe. However all the other exposures could also be risky. The answer is GET TESTED! Knowing and treating can change the whole prognosis of the... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesWhat will losers like Aids2Hiv say when this test comes out ? Just proves that the newer generation tests are more accurate than what the 13 week nazis are still saying. The Elisa test out there right now can detect HIV Antibodies in 21 days making... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesIf someone has a blood test (not an HIV test) 35 days after exposure, and the blood test doesn't show any abnormality, Is this an indication that an recent exposure has not happened, or should I be having an HIV test anyway? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyabout 18-15 dayz left.
i dont know how exactly to do it, i just come in to the hospital and ask them to check me?!
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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 »
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