Welcome to the forum. Some questions can be answered accurately based only on the title of the question, without reading anything else. That probably is the case here. There are no illnesses, medical conditions, or medications that can alter the timing or reliability of HIV test results, with the possible exceptions of very acute, immediatley life threatening infections. (Even these are theoretical only, with few if any actual known cases.) Certainly HCV cannot do so.
Now I have read the rest. Sorry to hear about your apparent HCV infection. But guess what: my reply is unchanged. Remember that Wikipedia is written by anybody who wants to contribute; genuine expertise on the topic is not required nor even requested. The subsequent statement that there are no data may have been written by someone else in response to the obviously false statement.
With the HIV tests you have had, it is impossible you have HIV. And oral sex is no risk for HIV anyway! You have been seriously overtested, no matter the exposure or any symptoms you may have experienced. Please accept the scientific evidence and the reasoned reassurance you have had from your doctor, perhaps others, and now this forum. You do not have HIV, should not have any more tests for it, and should stop searching the web or any other sources about this.
And by the way, you didn't catch your apparent HCV infection during the oral sex event. To my knowledge, oral sex has never been known to transmit HCV. Of course you should be seeing a qualified health professional about your HCV test result. I hope you are doing that.
Regards-- HHH, MD
What if the hep c is an acute stage? I continue to have symptoms. Could an acute infection delay testing. My last antibody test was negative at 24 weeks. Would the PCR or rna test be effected? I think I could have gotten both at the same time.
Thank you again for your input.
No, even acute HCV infection, or even a particularly severe infection, would have not effect on HIV diagnosis. And for sure you didn't catch either HIV or HCV from an oral sex exposure.