Will a blood test reveal if a person is HIV+?
will a CBP -ESR test reveal this?
Hi there ,
Yes it should
CBp or ESR tests donot confirm HIV positibe. ESR test measures the rate that red blood cells (erythrocytes) fall to the bottom of a test tube under controlled conditions. ESR can be elevated in infection with HIV (the virus that causes AIDS), but there are just too many other diseases that elevate the ESR to say that HIV is the cause. As here is a window period of up to six months after infection during which a person may be infected with HIV but routine testing is negative. If you are worried about this scenario, just get another HIV test, not an ESR.
I don't know, but what I do know is that if you are concerend there are very simple saliva swab tests for it that only take 5 minuttes. I have had them at planned parent hood.
Yes a blood test will, if it is the right kind. CBP/ESR tests are not the right kind.
In most cases it does
Elisa test only will ensure weather HIV or not
It can take up to 7 years for a blood test to show positive. You typically have to get tested every 6 months until you either get a positive or you hit the end of the time period.
Yes, go for Elisa test.
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