Time To Seroconvert After Pep
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Stanford University, School of MedicineSeroconversion is a complicated process and is dependent on the type and amount of virus in the inoculum and the host factors (underlying genetics, genital ulcer disease, underlying illnesses, etc).... Read more »
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-THIS IS HIV IS IT NOT???have i seroconverted -please assist- have wierd spots on both sides of legs now disappearingHello Dr. Bob, Have i just seroconverted? High Risk encounter vaginal intercourse (no condom)... Read more »
I-161: Experience of Health-Care Workers (HCWs) Taking Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) after Occupational HIV Exposures: Findings of the HIV PEP RegistryThe HIV PEP Registry was established by the CDC after the US Public Health Service first recommended in 1996 the use of combination antiretroviral therapy as prophylaxis immediately following certain occupational HIV exposures, in an effort to... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi everybody.
I had 1 unprotected anal exposure to a person at high risk. There was no ejac. (but probably precum) but later he fingered and there might be some on his finger. It is true that it is reasonable I should consider him as positive in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi there. I hope you are well.
I read your posts about you taking much longer than the stipulated window period to seroconvert---18 months!
May I ask about your testing history? Did you test at 3, 6, 12 months? And then the final test at 18 months?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIs it true that if one is seroconverting they would not test positive at that time,or would one test positive while there seroconverting.Can anyone help.
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