Time Guidelines For Hiv Testing
Here's a taste of what TheBody.com has to offer on this topic:
Get the Facts
Ask the Experts
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:Thank you for writing in. You are negative from this encounter. Any testing done at three months or later would be considered conclusive. I'm afraid that I don't have much to offer you other than this is not HIV. If you are not... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Vegas-Doc,I've discussed this topic numerous times over the years. Check out the archives for a more detailed discussion.Briefly, IMHO (which I recently learned from my young niece means "in my humble opinion") a negative... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineYes, the new national guidelines issued last month indicate that in those people who have had stable HIV infection for some time, CD4 counts can now be monitored every 6-12 months. This is on a case by case basis and is based on a long term pattern... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Depressed from Greece,Unanimity would be great; unfortunately we're not there yet due to a variety of factors. For instance, not everyone's immune system works exactly the same. Some folks may take a bit longer to produce detectable... Read more »
Connect With Others
Posted by AnonymousGuys
Here below is what the DRAFT on the 17 July is about. Hope you find it's interesting.
5.4 Follow-up Testing in Clients with Negative HIV Test Results
Decisions about the timing and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyGood Day,
Here's what the nation's leading authority on HIV testing has to say about the HIV anti-body test and the time it takes to detect infection.
Oh, and let us not bastardize this information to sooth our worries.
The CDC (Center for Disease... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousWhen we become infected with any virus (cold virus, flu virus, HIV virus, etc.), our immune system produces antibodies which are used to destroy that particular virus. However, the antibodies we produce to fight HIV are not capable of destroying HIV. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyThe information is excerpted from a joint paper produced by the state and NYCity Depts of Health. Update on the Window Period for HIV Infection New York State and New York City Joint Recommendations For HIV Testing and Re-testing What is the Window... Read more »
Guides for People With HIV