Is A 13 Week Hiv Test Conclusive
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Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyHi again,
i am very stressed again, 12 weeks (84 days) anti-hiv test comes negative,
1)is it conclusive?
I still have swollen lymph nodes and also i have sore throat and Swollen tonsils with white spots.
Last question , 2)i have extremely high levels of... Read more »
Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyPlease answer me, i am gonna crazy,
i have another anti-hiv test at 15 weeks.
but i have a pain in my liver, i have also a CBC but sgot and sgpt are at normal levels.
I have swollen lymph nodes too around my body. (neck, arms, legs)
i am so... Read more »
Posted by worriedsick, 2 RepliesShould it be taken with a grain of salt? Or is it a good step in the right direction? Does anyone know the level of conclusiveness after 30 days for an HIV test? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesIF YOU ARE TESTING AFTER 12 WEEKS YOU NEED A PSYCHIATRIST Read more »
Posted by roma2010, 1 Replyi tested at 12 weeks and 13.5 both negative i had the oraquick and orasure test done both negative... it this conclusive or should i get an elisa test done as well? i still have problems mostly GI issues i hear rumbling all the time and have very... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe standards for HIV testing are to get the initial test at 3 weeks, then next at 3 months where 97% of the population test negative or positive and then at 6 months. It is because of the window period. The testing is picking up your body... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:12 weeks is not quite 90 days. 90 days is considered conclusive. I would not expect a negative result at 12 weeks to change to positive at 90 days. I do not think you need to retest for this incident. In health,Richard... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi M,It sounds like you have all of the info and answers already. You could go in for a test at 4 weeks. It would be a good indicator of what to expect at 90 days, and yes, please follow-up with a final test at 90 days.In health,Richard... Read more »
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