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Dna Ds Ab High Avidity Elisa
90%: There's a period of time after a person is infected during which they won't test positive. This is called the “hiv window period.” The window period can be from 9 days to 3-6 months, depending on the person's body and on the HIV-test that's used. ...Read more
Got tested for hiv1 DNA qualitative test 45 days and hiv1n 2 ELISA test 3 months after last exposure all came back negative do i have to do more tests?
6 month: One more test at 6 months would confirm ...Read more
Anti-DNA antibodies: Simple blood tests can be performed to test for anti-dna antibodies. Usually the screen is started with a basic ANA test which can then be followed with more specific antibody testing to determine if a specific disease can be identified. Of course, symptoms must also correlate since we do not simply provide diagnosis based on lab findings. ...Read more
Low risk exposure.Tested with the p24 antigen on week 1,3, 4 weeks and DNA hiv pcr at week 6 all negative.4 months elisa and negative.Conclusive?
It's 1.10 years since my last risk. I tested HIV -ve in ELISA, WestBlot, p24, HIV Proviral-DNA PCR.Now, i got small lump in left armpit. should i test?
I'm not worried: A single guy with a social life does well to get checked for HIV yearly just as a courtesy to those who he may date during the year to come. But I'm not worried about the lymph node. That can be from a hangnail or a blister or scratch working on your car motor. Remember "your last risk" as a time when you shared love, treasure it and learn, and love safely and well. ...Read more
Is a negative HIV ELISA (eia) test, and dna/pcr test at 5 months conclusive? ...Even if symptoms persist, leaky gut, enteritis, white tongue, etc...
You're fine: Please forgive my frankness. You already know from your reading on the internet that your nucleic acid test is proof that you're not infected. And you say you haven't had unprotected sex. Your are doing yourself a disservice by reading internet junk. "leaky gut" is scientifically discredited. Lots of folks have white junk on their tongue -- tried dental flossing it off? Read about somatization. ...Read more