Strains Of Hepatitis
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Tufts University School of MedicineInteresting question about whether the intron A would prevent reinfection. I would suspect that would certainly be possible. However, I certainly wouldn't want you to get an acute hepatitis infection again. It could cause havoc with your liver... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineThere is a mutant of hepatitis B called a precore mutant. However the B surface antigen is usually positive while the e antigen is negative and the e antibody is positive. If your liver enzymes are elevated you need a thorough evaluation with blood... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesI first want to encourage you to look for other causes to your muscle aches and tingling sensations. If your antibody test was negative at 10 months, it is safe to say that you are HIV negative. For questions about HIV strains, please refer to my... Read more »
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Posted by ademalu, 1 ReplyWell here is my situation
had exposure in mid may 2009 with Commercial Sex Worker (CSW) condom broke ,had rapid test in June and August 2009 all came out negative. had Elisa (elecsys) test for HIV 1 and 2 endsept 2009 came out negative. Had QL DNA... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplySearching for some info here I became aware about the possibility of being infected with other things apart from HIV. I have some questions that are not well answered here or in another sites.
What are the possibilities of being infected with... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI was wondering if anyone knew why the African hiv strain has not sufaced in the west yet?
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Posted by paman1964, 1 ReplyI hear there is more than one strain of HIV and that if you are re-infected with a different strain, than it can cause serious illness sooner?
I have been abstinent since diagnosed in June and I feel safer this way! Thanks for all your replies guys. Read more »
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