Rapid Test Accuracy Three Months
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Posted by xrayvison, 1 ReplyI am curious and do have a question about Hiv Rapid Testing accuracy. I always test about every 3 to 6 months as I compete in combat sports and it is mandatory, and I go to planned parenthood usually and they use a rapid test and prick my finger.... Read more »
Posted by DUVCAST, 1 Replycan someone here been tested positive with rapid testing, just want to know if I can trust my results, since I coming back negative at 5.5 months. Thank you for participating Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIs the accuracy of a rapid test (oraquick blood drop) at 7.5 weeks similar to an EIA or is it less accurate/sensitive?? Read more »
Posted by Baily, 1 ReplyDoes anyone know about HIV rapid oral fluid test's accuracy. I have been reading mixed reviews that the rapid oral test has a history of false negitives and does not preform as what the manufactor claims >99%.
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Posted by jonno, 1 ReplyAbout 7-8 years ago I had high risk unprotected male/female vaginal sex only. This happened on one occasion.
I have now used a Core Technology Co Ltd HIV 1 + 2 Rapid Home Test twice in the last month and both have shown negative.
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:Your risk was EXTREMELY low. I do not even recommend testing for a risk like this. However, as you have already tested.... any testing done at 90 days or later is considered conclusive. You are negative from this incident. I would suggest... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I would consider your negative finger-prick rapid test at 15 weeks conclusive. No additional testing is warranted. See below.Dr. BobThanks(Breaking news (FALSE POSITIVE ORAQUICK TESTS)Mar 8, 2009 thanks for your info. I would love to know, we you... Read more »
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Head-to-Head Comparison of Accuracy of a Rapid Point-of-Care HIV Test With Oral Versus Whole-Blood Specimens: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisIn the current study, the researchers sought to establish whether a convenient, non-invasive HIV test that uses oral fluid was accurate compared with using the same test with blood-based specimens. The systematic review and meta-analysis compared... Read more »
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