Hi DR, i went for normal blood test and also got tested for HIV - which was Neg after 10 weeks of exposure in Thailand
( 4th gen combo test in melbourne Australia ) but my doctor told i had virus in my BLOOD it could be something to do with Mouth INFECTION if i had performed oral sex ( but i haven't given yes i received for sure i am straight though) or any thing else like cough ( but i don't have cough too) and when i asked her could it be something to do with HIV she REPLIED NOT USUALLY but you can repeat test after 2 weeks for more accuracy .And it was mentioned: reactive mild lymphocytes, Thrombocytosis may be reactive to infection or acute blood. PLEASE suggest wether this is serious or not and it has something to do with hiv. THANKS
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replied July 19th, 2017
The findings mentioned in your blood report are nonspecific that can occur with any form of infection including common cold or throat infections (pahryngitis) due to streptococci or common viral infections.

It does not mean that your symptoms are due to HIV, unless your HIV test is positive.

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.




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replied July 19th, 2017
THANKS a lot doctor and also i had no symptoms i healthy and fit
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