i have done the test of hiv ，the result is hiv antigen&antibody non-reactive （46days after situation ）
and doctor told me，should do one more test in 3mouths after sex.
1 is non-reactive result means a good result?means i am ok?not be infection hiv?
2 did your see anybody have a non-reactive result in 6weeks after sex,then have a bad result in 3mouths test?
i was tested hiv-ab western blot and it was found to be indterminate then i was Hiv 2 EIA non-reactive, Hiv 2 immunobolt and it too was non-reactive. I was then tested for hepatitis B and C it was non-reactive also? Please someone tell me what is going on. I was tested in Oct.06 and was negative and after that have not had unprotected sex.
I did a hivtest in a clinic.since my test are non-reactive , why it says: A non-reactive result diicates HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies have not been found in this patient specimen. A non-reactive result, however, does not preclude previous exposure or infection with HIV-1 and/ or HIV-2.? Do every HIV result have this statement?
2nd question, Are all the Clinic in The US have licsense to do HIV test? I mean are the results accurate after the window period?
2 said Negative. So, I know that means no HIV. But, what is covered in VDRL? Result said NonReactive, so that would indicate no STD's - for what it tested for, right? But, what all would that be indicatiing a NO andswer for?
I went to a non profit organ. hiv rapid testing site. It was nonreactive. On Monday I went to the health dep and took one. It was also non reactive. They also took blood for Elisa test. Am i infected? Im scared.
I did my hivtest at 82 days after the event. The test is HIV-1/2 antidody screening assay.It is non-reative. Should i do further test? IS it 82 days equal to 3 months? Because 12weeks x7days =84 days. Looking for your relpy..
Lal Pathlabs (Reputed lab in India). 26th Day Antibody test- Nonreactive. 34th Day Combo Test- NonReactive. 63rd Day Combo test- Non Reactive (3 days before this test I took a 2 day course of clarithromycin 500 mg for my throat infection) Q1. Will clarithromycin affect my hiv tests? Q2. Are my test conclusive? Q3.
I received a non-reactivetest result for HIV today... I posted before asking my chances of being infected, it has been 5 1/2 weeks. Do I assume these are right or is it to early to test positive for HIV?
I tested last this week for hiv/aids infection after possible exposure 1 year 4 months ago. The results came back as non-reactive after an Elisa test. Does this mean i do not have the disease for sure and have passed the window period?
Then after a 1 month i repeted again the same test its shows that RPR is Nonreactive and TPHA nonreactive..it is mean that is false positive when i have test in the first time.It is mean that i already clear for any infections?
Elisa test (CMIA) 2 months ago which was nonreactive. I again tested for hiv by Elisa 4th gen test yesterday and it also came non reactive
But i m facing recurrent skin and gastro infections. I m in great depression because i m feeling that these are symptoms of hiv.
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