What Kind Of Test Can Be Done For Herpes
Here's a taste of what TheBody.com has to offer on this topic:
Get the Facts
Ask the Experts
Michigan State University College of NursingYes,It sounds like you are negative for herpes. I hope the test you had was Herpes I/II IGM and IGG. If both are negative you have never had or been exposed to herpes if you have a good immune system. Happy Holidays.Carol... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,"Could the HIV medication have caused the false positive HSV results?" "Could the medication have caused my body to make antibodies for HSV?"The short answer to both questions is no! The longer answer is hell no! Regarding... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalI am sorry you are doing so poorly. The tests indicate that HIV is not the cause of your symptoms. It is not possible for me to diagnose you through the internet. You should find a good internist or GP that you trust, perhaps someone recommended... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi College Stud,Your symptoms are not worrisome for HIV seroconversion. Your only risk would be unprotected oral sex, which carries an extremely low risk for HIV transmission. Frottage ("dry docking" for those of you who don't have a... Read more »
Connect With Others
Anyway long and the short of it is I started out with bumps on my penis and subsequently what... Read more »
Posted by JillianB, 2 RepliesIs one type of HIV test any more accurate than the other? I had a rapid test done (not the oral one, the one that uses a blood sample, sorry I don't know the name) at 7 weeks and plan to have the same test done at 13 weeks. I just read a post by... Read more »
Read more »
I've just reading my hiv test after 60 days, it's negative.
The method is:
EIA Ag recombined.
My question is: Is this an antibody test or an antigen test???
I'm looking for your reply.
Kisses from Italy
Read more »
Guides for People With HIV