sir I stay in India . I had protected vaginal sex with ejaculation inside her vagina not sure of the condom date and had unprotected oral sex licked sex worker vagina under the bed sheets with a lotion this is my only exposure
and later some semen got into my eye after washing it with water.exposure was in august last year
i went for hiv p24 antigen and antibodies cmia test at 25 days which was negative
i went for hiv -1 pcr rna qualitative at 25 days which was negative
I went for hiv cmia only antibodies test which was negative
i went for hiv pcr rna quantitative test on 77 days for hiv-1 which was <39.1 copies method rotor gene
I went for hiv p24 antigen and antibodies test elisa method at 86 days which was 0.40 non reactive
did westernblot at 92 days which was negative
hv tridot at 17 weeks negative
hiv elisa at 22 weeks negative
hiv western blot all bands are negative but serum control band positive in december my 2nd one.
hiv cmia screening at 20 weeks negative . hiv 4th generation serum at 154 days negative.
symptoms - swollen lymphnodes,headache,fever ,burning but tests negative.))
cmv igg - +ve and cmv igm - ve.)))
Are my test results conclusive
Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about the conclusiveness of your test results. From your description, you have received a number of HIV screening tests following your exposure, ending with the negative 4th Generation EIA at 154 days post exposure.
Although you received many tests, I will focus on the final and most recent of your test results. Fourth-generation testing methods can detect HIV infection in half of people by 18 days after infection, 95% of people by 34 days after infection; and 99% of people by one and a half months after infection. In this case, you received this same testing method 154 days (approximately 22 weeks) following your exposure which produced a negative result. The fourth-generation HIV tests and INSTI rapid tests have a sensitivity of about 99.9%, meaning that results produced are highly reliable (1)
Symptoms such as swollen lymph nodes, headache, fever, and burning, have all been known to be associated with HIV infection. However, it is nearly impossible to attribute these symptoms to HIV without adequate testing confirmation.
While you had received a number of negative results previously, your mention of a positive serum control band on December 2nd with two consecutive negative results appear to be conflicting. Further interpretation of your results may require the expertise of a physician.
Recommendation: Please refer to a physician for further analysis of your test results.
All the best, AIDS Vancouver Helpline, Cody