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If fdp(dr-70) is 3.1in eia-endocrinology the result of onkosure test then what does it stands for..?

If fdp(dr-70) is 3.1in eia-endocrinology the result of onkosure test then what does it stands for..?

Onko-Sure: Onko-sure (new name for test formerly called dr-70) is a blood test that measures fibrin degradation products (fdp). Many types of cancers are associated with increased clotting in the blood. These clots break down, leaving high levels of fdp. A level above 0.7 is concerning. Using this test for screening is controversial, and a high result may be due to something other than cancer. See your doc. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have eia asthma?

How do I know if I have eia asthma?

EIA?: If you mean exercise induced asthma, a good history given to your family physician would do the trick as well as spirometry testing. Interestingly, many top athletes (olympic level) have this condition. Good luck. ...Read more

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My test results says the HEP B CORE AB, EIA is Reactive, I need explaination?

My test results says the HEP B CORE AB, EIA   is Reactive, I need explaination?

Hep B testing: My research suggests that although Hep Bcore Ab can be seen in acute or latent cases of hepatitis B, it is more often a case of changes in your immune response that can be "corrected" with a booster vaccine (assuming you have had the initial vaccine series as an infant). If you were not vaccinated, then please consult with a hepatologist to resolve this question further. It isn't likely serious ...Read more

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Will tremponal tests (eia, ClIA ) become positive before non tremponal tests (rpr,vdrl)?

Will tremponal  tests (eia, ClIA ) become positive before non tremponal tests (rpr,vdrl)?

It can happen: Revised reply: disregard earlier one if you saw it. At first I misunderstood the question. The newer TP specific IgG/IgM tests (EIA etc) and RPR/VDRL have similar seroconversion times, typically 4-6 weeks. The IgG tests often are positive first, but exact frequency of this isn't yet known -- more study needed. Apologies again if any confusion from earlier reply. ...Read more

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Hiv1/2 eia negative at 8 & 23 weeks. Will test again at 48 weeks. Will a negative test be conclusive?

Hiv1/2 eia negative at 8 & 23 weeks.  Will test again at 48 weeks.  Will a negative test be conclusive?

HIV testing: Yes. You are not HIV positive. In the future there is a test that is 100% accurate at 14 days. This is the HIV RNA or pcr test. You do not have hiv. Testing regularly is a good habit to get into when you are sexually active. And, please do not forget there are eleven other stds to avoid. ...Read more

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Are the tests I took accurate eia hiv1/2, rapid blood test,4oraquick oral home tests. Took 12 yrs after event shoul I have any others done all neg.

Are the tests I took accurate  eia hiv1/2, rapid blood test,4oraquick oral home tests. Took 12 yrs after event shoul I have any others done all neg.

No worries...: A few weeks to a few months is all it should take to confirm no HIV infection. So, no need to ever again worry about any HIV from 12 years ago. ...Read more

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I have had multiple consultation about wife's false positive RPR (negative confirmatory by Chemiluminescence and the negative tests she too via RPR and eia 2 weeks later...6 weeks since our last sex. Is she and baby really ok? How do I move forward...

I have had multiple consultation about wife's false positive RPR (negative confirmatory by Chemiluminescence and the negative  tests she too via RPR and eia 2 weeks later...6 weeks since our last sex. Is she and baby really ok? How do I move forward...

Consult her OBGYN: The best way to track your wife's health and the baby's too is to work closely w/ her OBGYN as the pregnancy proceeds. Inform the doctor of the syphillis issue concern and correction and plan together the best way to protect all of you. It's wonderful that you care and that can be a good indication that you'll all do well. Call the OBGYN ASAP for an appointment. Best! ...Read more

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Hiv 1/2 eia non reactive at 8 weeks and again at 23 weeks. How confident should I be that i'm HIV negative?

Hiv 1/2 eia non reactive at 8 weeks and again at 23 weeks.  How confident should I be that i'm HIV negative?

6 months window: Depending on the time of exposure about 6 months window for seroconversion is usually sufficient. However if exposure has significant extending testing to one year may be more reassuring. ...Read more