Sorry forgot to say that I got tested and it was negative at 6-7 weeks.
of course it was negative...you were never at risk
Thanks Lizzie Lou
Whats the minimum time HIV can be detected in the blood from first exposure?
Sorry whats the reliability in % at 6 weeks
Clearly your not understanding...if you didn't have a risk then testing from the exposure is null and void. It's going to be negative from 1 day to 3 months.
We can not give you a % at 6 weeks for a non risk. Actually I can give you a percentage...100%, same as it would be at day 1 and day 30 and day 90 and day 1200.
Hi sorry to be confusing!
If i had a test at 6-7 weeks would it pick up HIV ?
How long does it take to have HIV antibodies in the bloodstream so that can be detected with HIV tests.
I know i had a negative result but have some anxiety
If you had a test at 6-7 weeks it would be negative from your incident.
If someone who had an actual risk had a test at 6-7 weeks it could pick it up...probably about 90-95% of the time. Testing is 3 months for a conclusive negative.
But you are causing yourself too much pain and worry over this, you had no risk. You have a higher risk of a false positive (which is not common) then you do of getting HIV from protected sex.
take zero and multiply it by zero and you get your risk.
Thanks ever so much for your help ;-)