When Is A Person With Hiv Most Infectious For Transmission
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,You've actually asked several questions, so I'll try to answer them individually. 1. Is a newly infected person more infectious? Generally speaking, yes. Shortly after HIV primary infection, the HIV plasma viral load skyrockets, as the... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,We've known and preached for some time now that having an undetectable HIV plasma viral load significantly decreases the risk of HIV transmission. That's excellent news for folks like you and me, because of our magnetic coupling... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello thereOK so yes you are worrying too much! From what you have described HIV transmission carried a very small risk. Even with cuts on your hands, they would have had to happen at the same time of helping him out. Your body minutes after... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:This is a great question. Thanks for writing in. Many factors influence the likelihood of whether or not HIV transmission could occur. When discussing transmission of HIV, it's important to talk about probability vs possibility.The... Read more »
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Posted by kdman, 2 RepliesHey all,
I've been reading these boards and Dr Bob's Q&A's over the past month and a bit... and it's helped as well as disheartened at the same time.
I've been a textbook "Worried Well" over the past several weeks. I hope to believe that severe... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousAIDS, Hepatitis C, BSE:
Infectious or Intoxication Diseases?
Claus Khnlein, Germany
English translation and English edit by Jrgen Faas, Kathy McMahon and Fintan Dunne. With kind permission by the
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies#1 Blood
Its all documented go find it for yourselves.
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIdiopathic CD4+ T-lymphocytopenia, or Non-HIV AIDS, is associated with a patented retroviral particle called Human Intracisternal A-Type Particle-Type II, or HIAP-II.
Autoimmune Technologies is developing viral protein antibody tests based on HIAP-II... Read more »
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