What makes an occupational exposure different? Why would it not happen anymore? I don't understand what would change. Please understand I am not arguing just need to have closure. My mind will not rest if there are questions left unanswered. Thank you for your time.
Our expert doctors here at medhelp have made it very clear on several posts that coinfection betwwen HIV and HCV does not delay the window period.I invite you to go through the archives.Those 2 cases were back in the 90,s and they were occupational exposures.It doesn,t happen anymore.Except your negative Hiv result and if you can,t do that then seek professional help for your anxiety.All the best.
How did it get establish? There was no information given. That is what concerns me.
HCV Does NOT delay seroconversion for Hiv and we have established this in my journal and our expert doctors agree with this fact.Your test results are conclusive.It,s time to move on.
I want nothing more then to move on but every day I try something happens to set me back. I just want to know that the symptoms I continue to have cannot be HIV. With the hep c diagnosis I can't stop thinking that the window period is delayed. I continue to get sores in my mouth and strange feelings in my face. Mainly itching, redness (comes and goes), and small bumbs. It just does not make sense.
you paid good money for dr hansfield to answer your question...listen to what he's told you.
"Welcome to the forum. However, I fear this is the wrong forum for you. You seem to know intellectually that you were not at any significant risk of HIV from the events described, that your negative tests are reliable, and that you don't have HIV. Your inability to accept and understand that you aren't infected is obviously a psychological problem. All I can do is reiterate that the exposures really were zero risk and that all your HIV tests, taken together, prove unequivocally you don't have HIV."