Tablets To Take After Exposure Hiv
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Rocky Mountain CARESHIThe guidelines for HIV testing are to be initially tested at 3 weeks and then again at 90 days if this test is negative then so is the person. Your friend is HIV free from that exposure. The symptoms your friend is experiencing are not HIV... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThanks for the complete history of your sexual encounters over the last few years. I agree with your doctor. 1. Bactrim will not affect the results of your HIV test.2. Hydrocortizone injection will also not affect the results.3. Because of the... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello,No, it's not ok. The standard dose of Combivir (AZT+3TC) is 1 tablet twice daily, whether it be for PEP or standard treatment of HIV.I'd recommend taking the Combivir twice daily, go back to the pharmacy or doctor to insist on the... Read more »
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Posted by 5parkl3, 1 ReplyHello. I need some advice about a really bad situation that I've found myself in.
I was assaulted at a party last weekend - I know that someone had sex with me (I'm female, he was male), but because I was drunk it's all a bit hazy.
Sorry to be... Read more »
Posted by joe62, 2 RepliesHi to the wonderful people of this website. I want to narrate my story for information and advise.
I am an expat, while away to a third world country, i had a contact with a women with unknown status, and she stayed with me for two weeks, I was well... Read more »
Posted by sammi0506, 1 ReplyHi .. I am from Sydney Australia.
I was exposed to HIV. I had a HIV antibody and antigen test 3 years later. ( Blood sample) . It came back negative.
I am aware that there is a 3 month window period..
But my question is... Would there still be HIV... Read more »
Posted by PrayWithMePlease, 1 ReplyAre there any risk diferences between being exposed to someone who is HIV+ and someone who has AIDS completely? Would symptoms show earlier? Do you skip the HIV stage completely? etc... Anybody have some knowledge? Read more »
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