Undetermined Test Results At 6 Months
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replywhat does it mean? and why is it happening to me plz.. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI got tested..results undetermined...why does this happen to me..it happened when I was 18 too..now10 yrs later again.. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi Everyone.
I've been on Sustiva/Truvada for 2 months.
After one month on treatment, my t-cells went from 248 to 354 and my viral load from 39,000 to 83.
I just got my second month results and my viral load is undetectable but the t-cells dropped to... Read more »
Posted by DUDE, 5 RepliesI'm negative! I will post my last posts this weekend. There will be quite a few. Then I will move on.
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Posted by Anonymous, 7 RepliesHi everyone,
I've been on the sustiva/truvada combo for one month.
My t-cells went from 248 to 354 and my viral load went from 39,000 to 83. My doctor says this is good. I guess I just want to hear from others with more treatment experience what they... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,It is not uncommon for women who are pregnant (or who have been pregnant in the past) to develop nonspecific cross-reacting antibodies that can confound HIV-antibody tests, resulting in false-positive or indeterminate results. See below. Your... Read more »
University of Massachusetts, Medical SchoolWhen adults are tested for HIV infection, we use the Elisa test to detect antibodies to HIV in the blood. We can not use this test in young babies because all HIV positive women pass HIV antibodies to their babies during the last 3 months of... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I agree that your tests over the past six months indicate you are HIV negative and that no further HIV testing is warranted. If your indeterminate results form six months ago were an indication that you were in the midst of seroconverting to HIV... Read more »
University of British ColumbiaI would first say that any operation that is medically indicated can and should be done in any patient, regardless of their HIV infection status.An indeterminate HIV antibody test usually means that the initial screening ELISA test is positive and... Read more »
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