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Author Topic: 98. days duo test result  (Read 1913 times)

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Offline martins

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98. days duo test result
« on: November 20, 2011, 08:25:54 AM »
hi ,

i'm writing from turkey.

thanks for this service. excuse me for my poor english.

100 days ago, i had unprotected vaginal sex with a sex worker.

Than i did some hiv tests.

after 66. days , HIV 1-2 lg G + p24 ag (ELFA) test is negative

after 79. days Antihiv 1/2  0.322 Negative

after 85. days Antihiv  0.11 Negative

after 98. days Anti HIV (Kemiluminesans or similar)
HIV 1-2 Ab+p24 Antijeni    0,54  Negative

according to these tests, can i say 'i am %100 negative' ???

i would like make a child. can i trust to these tests.

in turkey, many doctors says last length for the hiv tests 6 mounths.

Thanks a lot.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: 98. days duo test result
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2011, 09:08:02 AM »
You have reliably tested negative for HIV. You are HIV negative. You don't need to test any further.

Get on with your life. You got by safely this time. Just remember for the future that if you have intercourse outside of a securely monogamous relationship you need to be using condoms. Only when both partners have reliably tested negative together can you dispense with using condoms.

At this time you need have no further concern about your HIV status. It's negative.
Andy Velez

Offline martins

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Re: 98. days duo test result
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2011, 09:18:22 AM »
thanks to answer.

in turkey doctors really stupid.........

they say ; 6 mounths, 1 year for hiv tests.

i'm %100 negative. and i'm married.  we can make a children.

verry happy. thank you so much

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: 98. days duo test result
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2011, 12:01:55 PM »
You're welcome.

Yes, unfortunately some doctors are not as up to date about HIV as they ought to be.

You can proceed on with your life without being worried.  
Andy Velez


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