I had an exposure 15 months back.. after that i had few symptoms.. after 8 months i did my first test ...Dont know which one is that .. then i did 2 times a test called Card test 1 &2... aftr 12 th and 13 month....all were negative ..but my mind worery about the mistake ...i looked for symptoms .. then i decided to do ELISA test... but the Lab performed CMIA 4th Generation test..i did this test on end of 13 th month . but my exposure was with an african gurl did my test in middle east county and in asia as well . all my test were negative ...The lab peopel said CMIA 4th gen will be able to give you value ...my value was 0.14 ref range was 1 reactive.. i do have floaters and bumps in armpits and groin getting acene/puz filled pimples on face and in eye brow, forhead near my nose,legs and in begining of my body hair..
Shoul i test Further ,...
Should i got for WB test.. can i relay on my test results ....?????
i think i have swallon/enlarged lymphnode... and i can see floaters in my both eyes. in the morning when i wake up i do have white creamy/cheese kinda stuff in my mouth ( ie in between cheek and teeth.. i think its a thrush .... will these card test 1&2 and CMIA 4th generation test will look for HIV types in African region as well ?????
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I had sex vth a nigerian gurl . on last year may 2009..I used condums .. after that i tested ..in private clinic .. dont know which test they conducted .. said NEGtve then i did another Test after 12 months ...It was CMIA 4th Generation test for 1& 2.. said value 0.14..negative .. if its >=1 reactive and if its <1 non reactive ... but i had 2 black moveing dots in left eye and one black moving dots in right eye...i think its floaters n white cheese kinda stuff in my mouth in the morning whn i wake up.... is it Thrush .. or becoz of open mouth sleeping .. becoz of my worry i did Western Blot test ...got results like this
HIV 1-gp 160(ENV) - negative
HIV 1-gp 120(ENV) negative
HIV 1-P 66 (POL) negative
HIV 1-P55(GAG) Negative
HIV 1-P -51(POL) negative
HIV 1-gp 41 ENV negative
HIV 1-p 39 GAG negtive
HIV 1 -p31 POL negative
HIV -P24 GAG negative
HIV 1 -P 17 GAG Negative
HIV - 2 Negative
it sounds that HIV 1 full negative
Now i worry about HIV 2 .. becoz cant see details about that on test report
Becoz i had sex with Nigerian gurl ..i think there HIV2 is more ...
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