SIR, [br>I HAVE A DOUBT THAT I GOT HIV, [br>WHY BEACAUSE ONE OF OUR ROOM MET HAD HIV,ONE DAY I SHAVE WITH MY RAZER BLADE WITHOUT CHECKING AND I CUT MY SELF TOO......IT HAS SOME HAIR I MEAN TO SAY THAT SOME ONE USED ALREADY.....I THINK THAT PERSON ONLY MIGHT BE USED IT......I AM VERY MUCH SCARED...LATER I CAME TO KNOW THAT HE HAD A HIV.......REACENTLY I LOST WEIGHT ABOUT 5 KG'S AND I HAVE DON HIV TEST WITH IMMUNOCROMATOGRAPIC RAPID TEST AFTER 45 DAY IT CAME NAGATIVE AND AFTER THAT I TEST AGAIN AFTER 3 MONTHES IT'S CAME NAGATIVE IN INDIA WITH TRIDOT METHOD, IT'S BEACUSE SOME ONE TOLD ME AFETR WINDOW PERIOD(3MONTHES)ONLY YOU SHOULD GO FOR CHECK UP........AFTER THAT AGAIN I HAVE DON TEST AFTER 41/2 MONTH RESULTS IS NAGATIVE(IMMUNO CROMATOGRAPIC RAPID TEST).........ARE THESE TEST ARE ENOUGH OR SHOULD I GO FOR ANY OTHER TESTS.....IF I NEED TO GO WHEN TO GO AND WHAT WAS THE WINDOW PERIOD FOR HIV..........PLEASE HELP ME IN THIS.........THANK YOU.View Thread
3 rd generation tests are like''immuno chromatograpic rapid ''test and ''tri dot''test are fine to get tested sholud i go again for elisa testwich is fourth generation test because i am going to get marriage next month ....thanks.....for all your helpView Thread
sir, But,abnormal WBC count,like all the white blood cell....i mean high lympocytes and low neutropiles and other monocytes and basopyles easinopiles also high after that fall down and again came to normal what does it mean.......please explaine me.....actually at this time i lost weight. it is happend in 3monthes time duration to come normal values and also i have bad abdominal pain&and i even test for hep B,C all are nagative....thank you,View Thread
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