Anonymous
Dear Doctor

i would like to know my test accuracy. i am very worried after all my tests. because got very sick really really sick in this 3 months. my expose was protected vaginal sex with a csw . but didnt check the condom afther my expose i got really sick for a months. plz check my testes and tell me if i still have a chance of being positive at 6 months. does these testes should have turned positive after i got sick. i am very concern beacuse im still sick thank you doctor for your help i would be glad to get an answer from you.

after 11 days ( RPR and HIV1,2 ANTIBODIES ECLIA METHOD ) NON REACTIVE AND NEGATIVE
after 47 days ( HIV 1,2 ANTIBODIES ECLIA METHOD ) NEGATIVE
after 55 days ( HIV1,2 ANTIBODIES ELISA METHOD) NEGATIVE
after 63 days ( HIV 1,2 ANTIBODIES ECLIA METHOD ) NEGATIVE
after 69 days ( HIV1,2 ANTIBODIES ELISA METHOD ) NEGATIVE
after 74 days ( HIV 1,2 ABS / P24 ANTIGEN CLIA METHOD ) NON RECTIVE
after 75 days (HIV 1,2 ANTIBODIES ELISA METHOD ) NEGATIVE
after 80 days ( HIV DUO TEST ABS + ANTIGEN ) NEGATIVE
after 85 days ( HIV1,2 ANTIBODIES ELISA METHOD ) NEGATIVE
after 86 days ( HIV1,2 PCR RNA QUALITATIVE ) NOT DETECTED
after 96 days ( HIV DUO TEST ABS + ANTIGEN ) NEGATIVE

plzz help me doctor
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Anonymous
Hi There,

Thank you for coming to Helpline for your concerns.
Here, at AIDS Vancouver, we are not doctors. We are volunteers in various fields of study and work who have a passion in sharing accurate HIV related information.

Based on your many, many tests, you've had, you are negative. Testing is considered conclusive at 3 months and based on your test result at 85 days would be the last test you needed to do. Your test results would not have changed after doing 11 tests which you have done. The only reasons a test at 6 months is recommended is if you are either on chemotherapy, Anti-Retrovirals, Hep C treatment or been diagnosed with an immunodeficiency.

As far as your feeling sick, partner with a doctor about some of your symptoms. Typically we do not go by symptoms because everyone's immune response is different and often symptoms can mirror other viral infections (such as the flu). Furthermore, "even" if you were to get sick and showed symptoms of acquiring HIV, they only last for 2-3 weeks of infection. You would not have been sick this long.

Go to a doctor and get that checked out. Your symptoms could be something other than HIV related. Hopefully they can help.

Let us know if you have other questions
regards,
Jaz
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