What Are The Average Symptoms For Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Yes, I agree, you are indeed confused. You are wondering if you infected your partner; however, you've tested negative to date, had no symptoms suggestive of HIV and have been placed on PEP (beginning treatment far beyond the recommended... Read more »
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Initial Results From Washington, D.C., HIV Testing Program Show City's HIV Prevalence More Than Twice National AverageInitial results from a Washington, D.C., campaign to have all residents tested for HIV show that HIV prevalence in the city is more than twice the nation's average, according to results released Tuesday during a meeting of the Mayor's Task Force on... Read more »
Ireland's HIV Incidence Higher Than EU Average; Officials Express Concerns About Incomplete Data on New CasesA recent European Union HIV/AIDS surveillance report found that HIV incidence in Ireland is higher than the European Union average, and officials with the country's Health Protection Surveillance Center recently expressed concerns about a lack of... Read more »
Average HIV/AIDS-Related Medicare Claim Nine Times Higher in South Florida Than Nationwide in Second Half of 2006, HHS Report FindsThe average Medicare beneficiary living with HIV/AIDS in South Florida in the second half of 2006 had nine times more Medicare claims than HIV-positive beneficiaries nationwide, according to a report released this week by the HHS Office of... Read more »
HIV-Positive People in United Kingdom Experience Significant Decreases in Average Income as Result of Diagnosis, Report SaysPeople living with HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom face living in poverty because of their HIV-positive diagnosis, according to a recently released report by the not-for-profit organizations Crusaid and the Terrence Higgins Trust , BBC News ... Read more »
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Posted by Hawaii_Guy, 3 RepliesI was just wondering, if the "average" person test + at 25 days, and ARS usually occurs between 2-4 weeks from exposure -- then some of those people could be experiencing ARS "while" testing positive?
Also, on some "common symptoms listings of ARS... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhat is the average age that someone can live with HIV? with meds and without...what about AIDS?
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesThe information that "the average time to test accurately for hiv antibodies is 25 days" is grossly outdated. So, let us not go into lengthy definition about the meaning of average. Most doctors, lab technicians and experts say that by 4 weeks, most... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAs you all can see the average for positive test is 10-14 days before they said 21 or 25 days. Info from John Hopkins medical management of HIV 2001.
The window period: The time delay from infection to positive EIA averages 10 to 14 days with newer... Read more »
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