My last partner was early august according to her but we used a condom. I remember I had said that it had been 3 months since I had been laid and the last time before that was mid april, so I think ...
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Does antiviral medication delay a positive HIV result?
Since my risky exposure I have had many of the acute HIV symptoms. I took large amounts of non-HIV-specific antiviral medications (12 pills per day for almost 2 months). I tested HIV negative at 6 weeks. I'm not sure what the testing method was. I gave a blood sample and within 4 days I had my result. I am in Korea so I don't know how good their testing methods are.
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It would lower the sensitivity of the common HIV tests like ELISA, but thats the point.. If your testing negative, chances are the viral load (if it was HIV) is either extremely low, or non existant (hopefully!)
The point of prophylaxis treatment is to knock out all the viruses before they can take hold, and no viruses = negative test. So yes, the medication would delay a positive, and hopefully make it so it never happens.