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Hiv Tridot Result Non Reactive Means
Hiv infection is caused by a retrovirus....This retrovirus binds to CD4 cells (for the most part). You may detect the virus by several different methods. An elisa test (enzyme linked immunosorbent assay). You may also detect it by doing a test referred to as a western blot (a gel protein electrophoresis). Thirdly by pcr (polymerase chain reaction) which ...Read more
Does getting a non-reactive result on an HIV test mean negative? Even with that result can you still be infected?
Yes,: Yes, non-reactive is negative. But you need to know a little more. There are two main ways of looking for HIV infection--by looking for the body's response to the virus (antibody tests) and looking directly for the virus. In the case of antibody tests (such as elisa and western blot) it may take 6-12 weeks to become "positive" (or rarely up to 6 months), so you can be "non-reactive" shortly after catching the disease, but still be harboring it. The test for the virus itself becomes positive much earlier in an infection, but is not generally described as "non-reactive" when it is negative. ...Read more
I done sex with one girl 7 months before today I rest my hiv result shows.08non reactive what's that mean?
I took a HIV-1/2 Fourth Generation test and the results were reactive. Week later my HIV RNA, QL TMA came back negative. What does this mean?
Just got my test results back from my HIV and STD test and all of them were non reactive what does that mean?
My blood results showed I was non-reactive for HIV 1 & 2, hcv, hbsag, vdrl and malaria. What does this mean?
Hiv ag/ab combo : non reactive, patient s/co: 0.23 (ref : reactive >=1.0 s/co). What does this mean. After 1 year of exposure.
Hopefully, BUT: The seroconversion rate is not 100% understood, so it is still recommended by some experts that after a possible event, you get tested at baseline, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year and even at 18 months. Best wishes, Be safe, be well. ...Read more
Good start.: It’s a good start, but you need to keep testing. Generally speaking at weeks 6, 12, 24 and 48 post episode. ...Read more
I took a 5th gen Ag/Ab HIV test 39 days post possible exposure. Result was non-reactive. Am I ok?
Conclusive HIV test: "Fifth generation" for an HIV test is marketing hype -- the manufacturer calls their new test 5th gen, but it's still bacially the same as all other 4th generation tests. Results of 4th gen HIV tests are usually conclusive after 4 weeks and always by 6 weeks (42 days). But 39 days is close enough; for sure you didn't catch HIV. ...Read more
My friend who is 27 years old, got the HIV test done and the report says HIV : non reactive. What does it mean?
In general: Non-reactive means no response to the test. That is a good thing. ...Read more
Hiv anitibody and anitgen combo test (CMIA) done after 5 months 20 days of possible exposure came out non reactive. Are these result satisfactory.
Negative: Yes. You are HIV negative. But you have included the opposite in your health history. Misleading us about your health is extremely unwise. It can lead to inaccurate answers or inaccurate assumptions on how questions are responded to. Faking an illness is a sign of a mental health condition. Please clarify and correct your health history. ...Read more
Did my HIV test cmia method after 2 months 15 days came out non reactive and index 0.13 does I need furthur testing or this result is satisfactory?
I had given oral to Girl about 3 years ago and never got tested In till now. My results came back non reactive should I still worry about catching hiv?
My HIV test report say Non reactive by RIT Methods are mentioned. 1) Rapid immunochromatographic test 2)ELFA Why RIT mentioned specifically in result?
It is common,: Especially in HIV testing where there are several methods, to indicate which method is used. There are at least 4 generations of HIV tests....each successive generation provides more accuracy and earlier definitive results. The two methods mentioned in your question are earlier generation tests; final follow-up testing at least at 3 months after exposure, and possibly 12 months, may be recommended ...Read more
Not entirely: What test did you get? Antibodies to hiv, the usual test, take variable amounts of time to develop in different people. If you are antibody negative one year after exposure that would be more or less safe. Please consult your doctor for getting nucleic acid test that turns positive sooner, of one is infected. ...Read more
I do unprotected sex with a prostitute after 28 days I go for hiv duo test the result is non reactive 0.07 is it conclusive?
Report value result is cut of index 0.553 reference range cut of index 0.90 non reactive negative for HIV 1 and HIV 2 what is meaning of 0.553 n 0.90?
This sounds like a good question. This is the way antibody testing is reported by labs when searching for viral infections.
If the antibody response is not acute enough one is not considered to be infected.
Any further testing in this case should be based upon risk and recent experience. One can also be tested by searching for the genetic material of the HIV virus instead of antibody testing. ...Read more
Hi I had HIV 1&2 lab test and the results are non reactive (0.347) cutt off rate is 1.0 test performed my ECLIA, I m so worried is it higher. Please help me?
Likely negative: ELISA is highly accurate, almost 99%. So please be reassured. Repeat the test in four weeks or so to ensure it remains negative. If you have not been sick with a fever, rash, sore throat, enlarged glands, chills, night sweats etc. In the last two months, then the risk of being infected in last two months is even lower. ...Read more
If I am having vdrl weekly reactive and HIV negative at present time in future I can get HIV positive result..
Yes: Your vdrl has nothing to do with hiv. It is a syphilis test that is often false positive. You may contract HIV sometime in the future, or you may have it now but not yet seroconverted. If you're worried about the unprotected sex, and it was recent, ssk whether a pcr is in order. Love safely and wisely, and best wishes to you. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I had my tests done and they came out negative, serology HIV 1/2 result negative negative does this mean I'm clean?
Impossible: You did not share with us what tests and when they were taken in relation to the exposure you are concerned about. Your question is impossible to answer. I am sorry. ...Read more
When a blood cultuce results comes back saying you have malaria +3, does that mean HIV positive as well?
Not related: The test for malaria is where a thin film of blood is examined through a microscope after being stained and the number of red blood cells that are infected with the malaria parasite are counted. 3+ would mean a fairly high number. This test has no relation to an HIV test, which is entirely different. ...Read more
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus (a member of the retrovirus family) that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (aids),  a condition in humans in which progressive failure of the immune system allows life-threatening opportunistic infections ...Read more
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