ok thankyou. I think i am looking too deep into this lol for no good reason.
You never had an exposure and don't need to worry about testing from oral sex.
Would you only need to test for group N or P if your exposure was in west africa? your telling me nobody outside of west africa is infected with group N or P?
The gum clinic doctor i went to today (works in Leicester) (the one that wrote the british HIV Testing guidelines) told me that the subtype issue is only applicable to a viral load test? is he correct?
I have used the search function, you state that the ELISA test picks up all the known strains. However, does that include a 4th generation test also? also, is the subtype idea only linked to those tests which look directly for the virus rather than the antibodies?
Use the search function and see how many times that question has been asked.
Taek i understand i am not at a risk, i just thought this may be of benefit to other readers. Do you agree with my theory?