HIV/Aids

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Posted by: Sumon | 2017/04/19

Q.

Is the result conclusive?

Hello I am Sumon from Bangladesh and 28 years old. I had an exposure in 2011. I am not sure whether she had HIV or not. I faced urine infection in 2014. Then I went to check whether I had HIV or not. I was tested HIV antibody 1&2 and the result came back negative (I was on antibiotic for urine infection-ciprofloxacin). Then in 2017, due to the cough variant asthma, I had to take antibiotic azithromycin and that time again I was tested. The result was negative. Now my question is do I need to worry anymore? Is the result conclusive? Did the antibiotic have an effect on the result? Can I still have HIV in any way that was failed to be identified by the test?

Expert's Reply

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HIV/Aids expert
- 2017/04/27

The result is conclusive. You are HIV negative. The tests we use are 4th Generation tests and they will show infection 4 - 6 weeks after infection. Your exposure was in 2011. And you tested negative. You are negative

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2017/04/29

Thanks

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