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Respected Doctor i had CONDOM exposure in Thailand 10 weeks back , And then AFTER COMING back to Australia i got tested for HIV 4th gen combo( 4th week - Negative ,7th week NEGATIVE and 10th week Negative) my question is- my 10th week test HIV ag/ab was NEGATIVE but in my other blood report lymphocytes was reactive 4.1 - 4.6 and when i researched in Google lymphocytes are active when peson have HIV cells in blood so from that time i am stressed please guide should i worry or get more tests? Though i am healthy without any symptoms.


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replied July 20th, 2017
HIV and AIDS Answer A61717
Welcome to e health forum.

If your HIV test is negative, and you still have symptoms, they are more likely not due to HIV, but to other common bacterial or viral infections or other medical disorders.

The findings mentioned in your blood report are nonspecific that can occur with any form of infection including common cold or throat infections (pharyngitis) due to streptococci or common viral infections.

I hope this answers your questions


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replied July 20th, 2017
THANKS a lot Doctor bahut bahut dhanyavaad.
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