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Seroconversion 8 Weeks After Exposure

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blood exposure, and negative test at 8 weeks

Hello Dr. Frascino,Thank you so much for your answer, I just have another quick one, how or where can i donate, i look all over this site but can't find the link, do i just send a check, can i use a credit card somewhere on here. Thanks again.
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...fields, oil wells, you name it! Thanks for you willingness to help others in desperate need.Be well. Stay well.Dr. Bobblood exposure, and negative test at 8 weeksJun 22, 2009 Hi Doctor Frascino, (I have Lyme disease for about 8 months since Sept,... Read more »

blood exposure, and negative test at 8 weeks

Hi Doctor Frascino,(I have Lyme disease for about 8 months since Sept, 2008 and been on treatment... Read more »

viral load at 8 weeks post exposure

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AIDS InfoNet

Treatment After Exposure to HIV

...information on PrEP. Who Should Use PEP? Workplace Exposure PEP has been standard procedure since 1996 for healthcare workers exposed to HIV. Workers start taking medications within a few hours of exposure. Usually the exposure is from a... Read more »
The Body PRO

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis -- How Well Do Health Care Providers Take Antiretroviral Therapy?

...known to have a high viral load in 7 instances, and four needlesticks were deep punctures. Recommendations for PEP for those exposed to blood or bodily fluids of HIV patients included ZDV + 3TC for 38 providers, ZDV + 3TC + indinavir for 18, a... Read more »
The Body PRO

I-161: Experience of Health-Care Workers (HCWs) Taking Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) after Occupational HIV Exposures: Findings of the HIV PEP Registry

...Visibly bloody fluid 13% Concentrated HIV 2.3% Unknown 13% Other (saliva, emesis, tissue, sputum) 8.6% The median time from exposure to receipt of treatment was 9.9 hours (range 0 - 343 hrs) and consisted of a panoply of combinations too... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Interim Guidance: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for the Prevention of HIV Infection in Men Who Have Sex With Men

...TDF/FTC, in conjunction with behavioral interventions, in reducing sexual HIV acquisition in a multinational population of MSM exposed to HIV through high-risk sex. 4 A recent safety study of PrEP with TDF among 400 MSM in the United States... Read more »
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Exposed and worried

Posted by abcd1234, 4 Replies
...3 months but I'm worried sick. I think b/c I was insertive and it was so short my risk should be minimal, but I know I was exposed regardless so I'm curious how worried I should be. Can I get tested at 4 or 6 weeks for some reassurance before... Read more »

Exposed

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies
...I believe I was exposed to the Virus on Feb 7th. Had all the flu like symptoms, and still have not recovered. Still have the body pains, weight loss and Read more »

confused about cdc

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...false-negative result. If the follow-up test is nonreactive, the client is likely not HIV-infected. However, if the client was exposed to a known HIV-infected person or if provider or client concern remains, a second repeat test might be... Read more »

Seroconversion

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
I've searched high and low, near and far all over the internet and am yet to find an article on late seroconversion. Whether its after 3,4,5,6.....12 months. Has anyone read anything on this subject in the internet? Read more »