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Posted on Tue, 26 May 2015
Question: HIV 1/0/2 ABS -QUAL
CHAMYDIA trachomatis , NAA POSITIVE RESULT ?
nEISSERIA GONORRHOEAAE ,NAA POSITIVE ?

this specimens are HIV OR AIDS ?
GOOD MORNING DOCTOR ,
I JUST SEND YOU RESULT INFORMATION WITH THE LAB .
WOULD YOU PLEASE ANSWER IF XXXXXXX FAURE HAS HIV OR ONLY CHLAMYDIA AND GONORRHEOEAE?
THANKS
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Answered by Dr. Michelle Gibson James (33 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
HIV negative

Detailed Answer:
HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

The attached report states that the HIV is non reactive which means that it is negative (no HIV found).

It is positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HSV 1 (herpes simplex virus 1) and also possibly HSV 2 (herpes simplex virus 2)
Herpes simplex 1 is type of herpes associated with the oral herpes/cold sores. It is very common in most populations.

Herpes simplex 2 is the type associated with genital tract infections. The test detected a level just above the normal range of 0.9.
It is in the equivocal range which means the result is not clear cut. By repeating in a few weeks , as suggested on the form, you may get a definitive answer.

Summary: (1) HIV negative
(2)positive chlamydia, gonorrhea
(3)positive herpes 1 , but this is very common
(4)query positive herpes 2

I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions
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What does the below report indicate?

Brief Answer: HIV negative Detailed Answer: HI, thanks for using healthcare magic The attached report states that the HIV is non reactive which means that it is negative (no HIV found). It is positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HSV 1 (herpes simplex virus 1) and also possibly HSV 2 (herpes simplex virus 2) Herpes simplex 1 is type of herpes associated with the oral herpes/cold sores. It is very common in most populations. Herpes simplex 2 is the type associated with genital tract infections. The test detected a level just above the normal range of 0.9. It is in the equivocal range which means the result is not clear cut. By repeating in a few weeks , as suggested on the form, you may get a definitive answer. Summary: (1) HIV negative (2)positive chlamydia, gonorrhea (3)positive herpes 1 , but this is very common (4)query positive herpes 2 I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions