Negative Oraquick Result At 12 Weeks

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12 week negative but scary persistant symptoms, what now?

I have had a 12 week negative HIV test after a high risk incident yet I have had oral thrush for over a month, swollen glands in my groin and now I have been getting extreme upper right abdominal pains which I think is sclerosing cholangitis. I am...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...are qualified to make a diagnosis of "sclerosing cholangitis"!I agree with the assessment of the physicians you have seen. A negative HIV test outside the window period trumps "symptoms" each and every time.I would suggest you see a general... Read more »

negative test 12 weeks!

Hi, I had emailed reagrding my allergies/eosinophilia a couple of weeks ago...I was tested today,... Read more »

ARS symptoms after 12 week negative *donation!*

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing

...plan early treatment and intervention, improving your chances of slowing down the progression of HIV disease. If you test negative, you may feel less anxious. By knowing your status, you can find out whether or not you can infect... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Couples With Mixed HIV Status

...Children if the Woman has HIV Serodiscordant Couples Couples with one person who is HIV-positive and one who is HIV-negative are sometimes called "serodiscordant" or "mixed serostatus". "Sero-" refers to blood serum. "Serostatus" refers... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

The Feminization of an Epidemic

...have found these to be safe and effective treatments for osteoporosis. Most authors argue that vitamin D deficiency should be ruled out in any HIV-positive patient with significant osteoporosis to determine the need for extra supplementation. ... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

HIV Testing

...takes from three weeks to two months for your immune system to produce HIV antibodies. During this "window period" you can test negative for HIV even if you are infected. If you think you were exposed to HIV, you should wait for two months... Read more »