Seroconversion Hiv After 6 Months
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyNov.13/01 - I am a RN, 59 yrs old, white, female, I have no other medical problems. I suffered an accidental needlestick from an aids patient on Jan. 27/00. I took the required medication for safety sake, had been testing HIV- until July 28, 2001. ... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplySince you're debating the window period, and "seroReversion", what do you think of this?
Apparently this person was sick and suspected HIV, so they took a number of antibody and... Read more »
Posted by chetanI had unprotected anal sex on Jan 15th 2013, I tested negative on Vidas (HIV I, II and p24 antigen) on 27th Feb 2013, negative on ELISA on 17th April and negative again on Vidas on 27th August. No sexual activity after that.
From last two months I... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousJust look at the posts. Count back in months from the date of the post the amount of months this guy claims to have seroconverted. They all go back to Feb 1998. So does the 9 month case referred to earlier...so it's basically rubbish.
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Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesEveryone - Not news I am happy to report but just today Dr. Holodniy responded to a post from an individual who tested HIV+ beyond the window period. Needless to say it scared the !@#$ out of me.
My first results...
"I'm 52, was neg 6/00, pos 11/01... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Welcome back to the forum.Your WOO-HOO is definitive, conclusive and Dr. Bob-certified, OK? The whole hepatitis C story has been blown way, way, way out of proportion. See below. If you don't have active hepatitis C (you'd be sick if... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question.It's really hard to determine how long a person will begin to produceantibodies after the Acute Viral Syndrome stage. Not all persons will haveAcute Viral Syndrome, and the severity of this syndrome can vary greatly... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe guidelines for HIV testing is to be initially tested at 3 weeks then again at 90 days. With the sensitivity of testing available today you can rely on 90 days. If your symptoms continue I would recommend that you follow up with your health... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThat pretty much somes it up.... Read more »
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The Impact of Sex Partners' HIV Status on HIV Seroconversion in a Prospective Cohort of Injection Drug UsersThe identification of persons at highest risk for HIV infection is crucial for targeting prevention strategies, the authors noted. In this study, researchers evaluated the HIV status of injection drug users' (IDUs) sex partners and rates of... Read more »
Socioeconomic Differences in the Impact of HIV Infection on Workforce Participation in France in the Era of Highly Active Antiretroviral TherapyIn the current study, the authors "sought to measure the difference in employment rates between HIV-seropositive and HIV-seronegative persons and to establish whether this difference varied according to the HIV-infected persons' socioeconomic... Read more »
Treatment in Seroconversion Maintains HIV-Specific Immune Responses Similar to Long-Term Slow ProgressorsRecent studies by Hocqueloux et al suggest that long-term control of viraemia is possible after discontinuation of prolonged ART initiated at seroconversion. 1 This study compared a cohort of 15 long-term non-progressors (LTNPs) with spontaneously... Read more »
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