Hiv testing kent

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Avatar f tn Wolf-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome is a name for a specific type of electrocardiographic finding that occurs due to the presence of an additional conduction pathway within the heart called a Kent bundle. When electricity goes down the Kent bundle, it results in the characteristic appearance on the electrocardiogram (ECG) called a delta wave. In many patients with WPW, a rapid heart rate called supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) may occur.
Avatar m tn I do not know what scale they were using. I have heard of SED but not SEGS. SED is inflammation.
3210852 tn?1345678216 im in ont canada chatham kent area and she doesnt have a vet right now ...
Avatar f tn My thyroid antibodies are whacked out and they both said something attacked my immune system. REALLY!!!!! I think it was the EBV. They are now testing for autoimmune diseases. Does anyone have any input on this.
Avatar m tn Even though I was getting painkillers for legitimate chronic pain (neuropathy), I finally told my doctor that I can't use pills responsibly any more and that he shouldn't give me any more. It was an incredibly difficult thing to do, but I finally did it. Isn't it amazing how we can passionately love drugs and hate them at the same time?
Avatar f tn Why are they so difficult to find. I live in Kent. Does anyone know of on One? Or a infectious disease Dr?
Avatar n tn It is not possible to have HIV and have both negative HIV RNA testing and negative HIV antibody testing at the times your tests were done. I repeat: not possible. And test results always overrule symptoms and exposure history. The tests prove beyond all doubt that you did not catch HIV. Believe the results. You are home free and do not need any additional testing.
Avatar f tn my accurence happened on 8/22/2008 elisa on 10/30/2008- non reactive 11/03/2008 hiv 2 dna/rna qualitative real time -not dected 11/03/2008 hiv-2 proviral dna qualitative, pcr - not deceted means that im hiv neg. no further testing needed? i thought that i had to test again at 90 days and 6 months. Reported Report this Spam Abuse Was this comment helpful to you?
Avatar f tn It is LONG past time for you to move on. You were advised previously that your tests are conclusive. You do not have HIV. There is no such thing as HIV "hiding" from the tests. MOVE ON.
Avatar m tn This subject is discussed here ad nauseum. Anyone is free to decide for themselves when they feel comfortable testing. ON THIS FORUM, we adhere to the official guidelines, the doctors take a more liberal stance. Dr. HHH often posts a few links to posts he's made that explains in detail about testing protocols, and why they give the advice THEY do, and why we give the advice we do. They are a good read.
Avatar f tn Kane, Kade, Kian, Kent, Kennedy, Kale, Kasper, Kyle, King, Keaton, Keegan, Kemp, Kris, Knox, Kirby. :) Hope it helped a bit! Good luck picking out a name!
Avatar m tn Hello. My name is Kent, and I have been lurking on this site for quite a while, and I decided now would be a good time for me to come out of the shadows Let me first give you a brief history of my life: I am 43 years old, and have been using (and abusing) drugs since I was around 16. I tried many different drugs, and although I enjoy them all, my Drug of Choice, without question, is prescription painkillers.
446504 tn?1205256434 Hi Kent, Hope you are doing better? How is your leg movements during sleep these days, nothing heard from you? Do regular stretches or exercise and massage the body to keep your muscles in good tone. Do have hot shower daily before going to bed and a mild dose of Alprazolam. It can help in keeping your anxiety at check and also a muscle relaxing effect.