Anonymous
They used comb aids kit (rapid test) and report shows Non reactive at 92 days post exposure. They even showed me the slide after test. There was one dot on it. Is it conclusive?
I am having oral thrush which is making me feel suspicious. Please reply.
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Anonymous
Hi there,

Thank you for choosing the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as your source of information.

The World Health Organization guidelines consider all HIV tests to be all conclusive at 84 days. Therefore, your test results are an accurate representation of your negative status.

HIV tests are the only way to truly know your status. As far as symptoms go, there are no clinical symptoms associated with HIV. This means that no consistent physical symptoms have been observed among people with HIV. With that being said, some infected individuals do experience a strong flu-like illness 2-3 weeks post exposure, and this last for about 8-10 days. However, some infected individuals experience no symptoms at all.

In regards to the oral thrush, you can always reach out to a medical health professional in your area.

Hopefully, this response gives you the peace of mind, as far as your HIV status goes.

In health,
Moe, AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer.
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