[Question #6336] HIV Window Period

17 months ago

I had unprotected vaginal and oral intercourse with 3 women (BIG MISTAKE), in a time period of 6 months. Afterward, I tested positive for Chlamydia Trachomatis and got treatment for myself and partners. Tested negative for all other known STDs. However, my main concern is HIV. The following are my HIV tests, since the last time I had unprotected vaginal intercourse: 

 

7 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II Abs+ p.24 (serum): Non-Reactive

7 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II PCR: Not Detected

31 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II Abs+ p.24 (serum): Non-Reactive

31 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II PCR: Not Detected

77 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II Abs+ p.24 (serum): Non-Reactive

77 days Post Exposure: HIV I&II PCR: Not Detected

 

Should I do another 4th generation HIV 1 & 2 test, 90 days post-exposure? Please tell me what is the statistical probability that my results will turn positive at 90 days post-exposure and at 180 days?

 

Kind regards, 

H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
17 months ago
Welcome back. However, this question only repeats the ones discussed with Dr. Hook in your previous two threads. The results prove with 100% certainty that you do not have hIV, assuming no new exposures since the ones you describe above. There is no point in repeating any tests. For sure you do not have HIV.

HHH, MD
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