When To Stop Pep Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Sorry to hear you're still struggling with your self-induced worried-well hell; however, I'm delighted you have an appointment with a psychologist in May, because your problem is indeed psychological. Your problem is not HIV, but... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Your HIV-acquisition risk is low but not completely nonexistent. nPEP may be "offered" in situations such as this but is usually not strongly recommended. It's extremely unlikely your sensation of "light swelling in the lower... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for your post.Your risks of being exposed to HIV are obviously much lower if you know that your partner had a negative test and no other sexual encounters for a couple of months. One unresolved issue is that of possible recent HIV... Read more »
University of Chicago HospitalsThese tests suggest strongly that you were not infected. It is unlikely that a PCR-RNA test done after stopping the meds for a month would be negative if you had been infected, as viral load reliably rebounds one week after stopping therapy. I... Read more »
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Posted by GDog, 1 ReplyI see your opinion and expertise are valued in this forum and I would love to have your opinion on my risk level and chances of contracting HIV.
Please read my post below (titled "Help ... HIV or PEP Rash"). Read more »
Posted by GDog, 2 RepliesAbout 4 weeks ago I stopped a PEP regimen consisting of Nelfinavir, 3TC and 4DT after 11 days.
I stopped due to a bad rash that developed all over my body (it was hot, red and kinda scaly on my legs, arms, neck, back and some on my chest).
I started... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Hi, it's me again. I have a question.. I've been on PEP for exactly 5 days and 4 hours. I accidentally punctured myself with a needle after trying to take a blood sample from a 4-year old boy (who seems to be fine but there's always some risk I... Read more »
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