Hello Teak, lizzie, and vance. need your two cents on thos. Early Sunday I had protected sex with a stripper. Within five mins of having sex I pulled out which the condom was broken. Today I took the stripper to the planned parenthood to get the HIV rapid test and it was negative. So am I good that I don't need to worry about contracting HIV from this exposure and no testing needed. Thank you!
What's the chances of someone catching HIV from a person that's negative on a rapid HIV test? Have you seen anyone here become positive from a one time unprotected vaginal sex exposure with a woman? Is it hard for someone to contract hiv?
Okay thanks. But have you seen or heard of anyone that became positive from having a one time unprotected exposure with vaginal sex? Last thing is it true that when a person tests negative but got infected with HIV that in that window period there more contagious to give there partner hiv?
You're not comprehending. While a partner's negative test result surely is reassuring, it isn't conclusive and will not tell you conclusively what YOUR status is. YOU need to test at 3 months post the exposure with your partner.
Thank you but just want to know when someone tests negative and been infected with HIV are they more easily to transmit it to there partner because there blood cells are going crazy? Last question would be I will be testing at the six week mark for me to calm down because im stressing a lot and im debating either a HIV rapid test or a blood hiv test. Which test is more detectable/accurate. Thanks again.
Yes I have seen people test positive past 4 weeks and past 8 weeks. Don't fall for anyone tell you that you can obtain a conclusive test result earlier than 3 months post exposure. They cannot produce the FDA approvals to back themselves up.
Teak, I'm not trying to argue your knowledge on HIV because I don't know anything like you do. But why does Dr. Hook and Dr. HHH state that 6 week is 95% accurate and at 8 weeks its 99% accurate. That its 3 month conclusive do to guidelines of CDC.
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