84 days is considered conclusive...your test won't change
thanksss.... doc... but according to you am i at any kind of risk after you read my symptoms... i am very anxious .... sir.
Your test is negative, you don't have HIV
yesterday on 89 day i suffer from fever and today too . fever is 99.2 not high and burning in testis . are these sign of my conversion from negative to positive or just it's all due to anxiety...
THANKSS.... for your COMMENTS SIR
so . me loking forward for a hiv test tommorow as its 91 day after exposure on tomorrow..
today once again i got tested negative for hiv on 93 day after exposure .
now PLEASE TELL ME SIR ARE MY TEST DECESIVE , or i have to wait for 6 months to retest again..
You have been told your tests was conclusive
we are not a diagnostic forum.
you do NOT have hiv...further testing is not needed.
any furhter health concerns, should be addressed with your dr.
it's my last time i am asking a qusetion so please answer .... please i am out of my mind please sir
i got tested negative for hiv 93 days after possible exposure .but still i got some pain in my neck some unfamiliar feeling on my testis area all this things happens some times not on regular basis . i want to mention that i got tested for tlc/dlc test & hb test in goverment hospital by finger prick through a needle &blood taken through a suction pipe used for taking blood for hb ... i got some blood on my finger through table ob which some other blood samples are there .
my question is that can that blood on my finger prick area can cause transmission of hiv .
suction pipe though is rinsed before taking blood sample through finger can it cause hiv is it is used to take blood of a hiv infected person before my turn . i start to get this symptom after this finger prick hb tlc/dlc test
PLEASE ANSWER THIS TIME PLEASE i am very anxious please
NO you cannot get hiv from the testing procedure you describe.
accept your negative status and move on with your life
thankss lizze for ur suggestions . today i got tested negative for hiv on 135 days post exposure .. should i test at 6 months or not ???