When Does A Person Seroconvert
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesOK..... I am not sure if someone here can answer this question but here goes..... What has been the latest person to ever seroconvert since the beginning of the new century (I.E. YR 2000)? DOCUMENTED OF COURSE!!! If U don't know then don't post in... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI've heard it said that over 90% of people who are infected seroconvert within a month? Is there any evidence to support this?
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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 RepliesDo you all believe that 95% of people seroconvert within a month? Therefore a 7 or 8 week test is probably accurate? I don't know, I feel anxious, but don't know if I should be feeling very relieved or not. I just keep reading the 95% on one month... Read more »
Posted by anxious66, 1 ReplyI know i keep posting but i honestly believe these questions will help others out there as well.
is it true that 99% of people who have a normal 'healthy' immune system will almost certainly seroconvert by 6 weeks if infected? i ask this because my... Read more »
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Stanford University, School of MedicineI have personally not seen any patients take longer than 6 months to seroconvert.MH... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineIt usually takes 2-3 weeks after exposure to have a positive HIV antibody test, and symptoms of acute seroconversion can appear earlier that that (usually at 10-21 days). While there is clearly some overlap, it is best to get tested 3-4 weeks after... Read more »
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More Focus Needed on Curbing Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission in Developing Countries, Editorial SaysCurbing mother-to-child HIV transmission worldwide must be made a priority, a Dallas Morning News editorial says. In the U.S., the "war" on mother-to-child transmission has been successful, marked by last week's closing of a day care center for... Read more »
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