What Increases Length Of Window Period
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I've discussed this topic numerous times in this forum. I'll repost below a small sample of what can be found in the archives. I do realize it's a confusing issue.Dr. Bobwhat is the winow period 3 or 6 months? Can Whooo after 3?... Read more »
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Slightly Different PEP Window Period Question (Will Donate!) (PEP AND THE HIV SEROCONVERSION WINDOW PERIOD, 2011)Dear Dr. Bob, kudos to you and the great service you provide. Being in the midst of a labyrinthine... Read more »
When They Break Up and Get Back Together: Length of Adolescent Romantic Relationships and Partner ConcurrencyGiven the important role sex partner concurrency plays as an STD risk factor, the authors introduced the current study by noting that gaining an understanding of how teenagers "conceptualize the length of their relationships when they break up and... Read more »
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Symptomatic Primary HIV Infection in a 49-Year-Old Man Who Has Sex With Men: Beware the Window PhaseThe researchers describe the case of a 49-year-old male who presented at an Amsterdam STD outpatient clinic in the fall of 2009. The patient had "fever, malaise, generalized rash, anal itching and rectal discharge after unprotected receptive anal... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousI hope the following information provides the information you seek. The
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... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesIm gonna post this info I gathered from this site nysna.org. This info is updated and have other links.
Definition of HIV "Window Period"
Based upon a clearer understanding of current scientific and clinical data, the Departments of Health... Read more »
Posted by notanonymousthis was a response to a question about the conflicting answers one might get about the window. answered by the hiv prevention editor at HIV InSite. good site bytheway.
There are several problems I've had in answering this question to people's... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyOne aspect of the hiv conversation which can be so confusing is
the length of the "window period", or the amount of time it may
take for someone to test positive for antibodies to hiv. Five
months and almost two weeks after a possible exposure, I... Read more »
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