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Thanks 2 u I hv undergone blood test: My test results :HIV

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Thanks 2 u I hv undergone blood test:
My test results :HIV 1&2 P24 = 0.09 Non-Reactive...Hemogram = All normal...
Hep B & C = Non Reactive..AntiHAVIgG CMIA = 14.95(Reactive).But I was vaccinated for Hep-B.Confused..HSV 1&2 IgG = 3.67(Reactive) and HSV IgM = 0.429 Non-Reactive)....Pls Explain


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THe test means you don't have HIV.


You don't have Hepatitis B or C, since they were non-reactive.


A reactive anti-HAV IgG CMIA = 14.95(Reactive) means that at some point in your life, you have had an infection with Hepatitis A. Once you have had an infection this antibody will be in your blood forever.


A vaccination for Hep B only protects against Hep B, not any of the other hepatitis viruses (A, C, E, F, etc.).


IgM for HSV means that you haven't had a recent infection but the reactive IgG means that at some point in your life you did have one.


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