Welcome to our Forum. I'll try to help. The exposure you describe is very low risk for acquisition of HIV. HIV is not acquired by transfer of the virus from person to person on hands- HIV is transmitted by penetrative sex and injection of the virus deep into tissue. Thus, while I admit I had a little trouble following your text, my sense is that this was a no risk exposure. In addition, when taken together, the combination of the tests you have had virtually rule out the possibility that you got HIV, confirming the statement I made above, i.e. that you did not get HIV. The HIV viral load test is strong evidence that you did not get HIV and at 4 weeks after exposure, the combination HIV AG/AB test result rules out the possibility of infection.
Be confident that you did not get HIV from the exposure you describe. You do not need additional testing. EWH
- Many thanks doctor & you get me relaxed now .
- Cosidering that i made HIV Ag/Ab & ELISA after almost 6 Weeks (41.5 Days) , wiht NEGATIVE results .
1. Regadless of the risk is the Viral Load UNDETECTABLE @ 9 days & Above Test NEGATIVE @ 6 Weeks confirming 100 % ?
Any feedback ..?
I've already told you that you do not have HIV. This is based on your HIV Ag/AB test result. As to the value of a PCR test over other tests, in general we do not recommend HIV PCR testing for diagnosis is HIV infection for several reasons. While the PCR is likely to become positive more quickly than other antibody detection tests (i.e. usual blood tests), at the present time the blood tests are becoming more and more sensitive and detecting infection earlier and earlier so that the time difference in detection between PCR test and antibody detection tests is becoming smaller and smaller and at present is, in general only a week or two. In addition the time course over which the PCR tests become positive is less well described than for the blood tests and, as a result, it is difficult to make a definitive statement on what a negative PCR test means at any time within a few weeks of exposure to a HIV infected or possibly infected partner.
Nothing more to say. EWH
Many thanks Doctor .
Now i can became to direct sexctual relation with my wife that is free from HIV , without any precausions ?
There is no reason for you to be concerned about the exposure you asked about and therefore no reason to worry about unprotected contact with your wife.
This is the last answer. Further questions will be deleted without comment. EWH
Many thanks Doctors you your Patien , Helpfull & Proffisional Efforts .