Re: Acute HIV infection may hinder Antibodies?????
Buddy I have read your post 3 times now and no it makes no sense whatsoever.
To clarify what is a very simple situation and one you seem intent on complicating. Seroconversion takes, on average, 22 days. Seroconversion is the process of going from HIV negative to HIV positive. After this period an HIV antibody test will detect the presence of HIV antibodies and you will test positive.
Given the fact you have had an HIV antibody test at 8 weeks (56 day, nearly 3 times the average length of time for seroconversion) it is extremely unlikely you will later test positive.
Buddy, yes, it really is this simple!!
Last edited by blokecalledkev; 11-10-2012 at 07:36 PM.