What was your risk? When was your risk? And when was your test?
I had so many risks having sex with sex workers one of them was unprotected and I ejaculated inside her twice!! All sex I had was between April till December last year. 14 HIV test performed from December till July this year and all negative!!!!!!! Please don't tell me 3 months or 6 months conclusive as till now am suffering from very strong symptoms for people in advanced stage!!
How cmv is 150 and all strong symptoms but test is negative!!!!!!!
your test is negative because you DONT HAVE HIV
Well if you don't want to hear FACTS or the TRUTH then we can't help you all that much. Tests out weigh symptoms.
If you have invasive fungal infection do you still test positive?
Shall I request a wb or pcr test?
Antibody test at 3 months is CONCLUSIVE.
Then why cmv is 150 and doctors in this forum aay people in advanced stage would test negative!!
Show me where they say that.
you had exposures from april til december of last year...you DONT have late stage anything ! ! !
kindly move along...this forum has nothing left to offer
doctors in this forum aay people in advanced stage would test negative!!
Post the link where they say that please.
Once a person is +, they are always positive.
You have WAY over tested. It's not possible for you to be infected, as your tests would have been positive.
You need to seek professional help to assist you in accepting that.
Not that it will probably convince you, but our doctor's forum is here:
There is a fee to post. They're going to tell you you don't have HIV.
Kindly move along.
Plus am sure I have invasive fungal infection!!
Well, thanks for the link. I think you're sort of taking the info out of context. Here's the doc's reply:
It is true that "sometimes people with aids test negative for hiv antibodies". But it is exceedingly rare, probably less than 1 in 1,000 infected persons. And as your question suggests, it is seen primarily in people with advanced AIDS, i.e. sick enough to be near death. Had those people been tested earlier, most would have had postive blood tests earlier in their illnesses.
It is uncommon for overt AIDS to develop as early as 3 years after infection. No matter when that happens, it is almost impossible for someone who looks and feels well to have such advance HIV disease. Anybody with such advanced infection will have had many health problems, which would have led to the diagnosis of AIDS. In other words, if you feel basically healthy and your HIV test is negative, you can be 100% certain you are not infected.
While I am personally not aware of anyone testing negative after infected, even in the terminal stages, I believe what the doc is saying. Did you thoroughly READ the answer though? You're trying to find a way that you're infected despite having multiple negative tests...it's just not going to happen.
I would advise you to post in the doctor's forum. Maybe they can put your mind at ease for you about this. Not sure what else people can tell you. HIV tests are extremely accurate, and they're very straight forward, unlike some medical conditions which are difficult to diagnose. HIV isn't. You don't have it.
Good luck, there's nothing else we can tell you really.
He said it is possible but those people are near death...you are not.
Trust me all am one of those rare cases and I will prove this to you when I visit my ID specialist on the 11th
Well then you'll be one for the science books!