When Is Hiv Testing Conclusive
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Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyHi again,
i am very stressed again, 12 weeks (84 days) anti-hiv test comes negative,
1)is it conclusive?
I still have swollen lymph nodes and also i have sore throat and Swollen tonsils with white spots.
Last question , 2)i have extremely high levels of... Read more »
Posted by Nickkk, 1 ReplyPlease answer me, i am gonna crazy,
i have another anti-hiv test at 15 weeks.
but i have a pain in my liver, i have also a CBC but sgot and sgpt are at normal levels.
I have swollen lymph nodes too around my body. (neck, arms, legs)
i am so... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHello, I was wondering is a negative hiv blood test almost one year and a half after exposure with no further exposures truly conclusive? Or could a person possibly years later show up hiv positive? I heard a person say it can possibly take up to... Read more »
Posted by boots, 1 ReplyOk in 07 I had a risk vaginal with an escort... I tested out to 84 days and I was negative.. Well yesterday I called around and I was told locally I did not test long enough.. That I should of tested again. Well I didnt so today I called the CDC and... Read more »
Posted by absolute, 1 ReplyIs HIV ELISA blood test at 3 months after possible exposure conclusive? What factors affect the window period of HIV? Why do some people are false negative after 3 months? Thanks Read more »
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there,90 days is considered conclusive. However, I would feel extremely confident with the results of an 82 day test. I would not expect the results to change between 82 and 90 days. You could either test again at the 90 day mark, or wait until... Read more »
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