Re: HIV by ELISA coba e411 at 12 weeks
There are no “text book ARS symptoms”. The symptoms of a primary HIV infection mirror the symptoms of many viral infections and many other ailments completely unrelated to HIV. You should never as in never try to gauge your HIV status by what you believe to be “text book symptoms” and Dr Google. There is only one way to determine an HIV status, by having an HIV test at the appropriate time. This is 12 weeks after a possible exposure.
You have had five tests (which is actually over testing) all negative and NO you are not progressing to becoming HIV positive. Your final test is conclusive, you do not have HIV. Do yourself a huge favour and learn from this, use condoms, they are cheap and will save you a world of worry in future.
Last edited by blokecalledkev; 12-17-2012 at 09:28 AM.