Negative Hiv Test 4 Years Post Exposure
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello K,WOO-HOO! Are you actually admitting I was right??? WOWZA! Well spank my butt and call me a Republican. I can hardly believe the words I'm reading! BRAVO K for believing your definitive and conclusive test results. Many folks who have... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi.Sorry to hear about the sexual assault. I hope the perpetrator is now behind bars.The guidelines for post-PEP HIV testing recommend HIV-antibody testing at four to six weeks, three months and six months from the date of exposure.Dr. Bob... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question. Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) is recommended for significant occupational exposures to the blood of patients known to have HIV, or known to be at high risk for HIV. In a situation such as yours, the decision to... Read more »
Columbia UniversityYou're right there is very rarely seroconversion within couples of mixed HIV status when they consistently practice safer sex. Regarding your interest in post-exposure prophylaxis, please see an earlier question and response: Emergency Kit on... Read more »
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Posted by 908320498, 10 RepliesHi guys,
Firstly - thank you for running such an informative service. I have already posted this on another forum but maybe you - as experts - can help shed some light / further offer some assistance.
Please help me.
45 days ago - whilst traveling... Read more »
Posted by jemison, 4 RepliesI am a hetero female who was exposed to hiv by my partner. We had unprotected sex (oral, vaginal, anal) at least 60 times over a period of 4 months (April to August of this year). Immediately after finding out that he was positive, I was tested... Read more »
Posted by treeoflife1, 1 Replyany way muscle twitches can have anything to do with 9 weeks post exposure HIV, Read more »
Posted by anxious66, 1 ReplyHi my risk as mentioned before was unprotected oral (MSM) giving, no ejaculation was for about a minute... divided in 3 times.. so about 20 seconds each time.
took a hiv duo 4th gen test 3 weeks and a few days post exposure, with a negative result.... Read more »
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