Talking about home testing for HIV

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Going throu hell



cant do no more


im really struggling now im scared of losing everything including my wife and kids. iv not cheated or nothing but the incident im worrid about is horrible. iv tested on a 4th generation test at 7 weeks which was negative and tested with a biosure tezt at 11 weeks which was also negative im now going into the 12th week and my final test but all i can think is if this turns out bad what i will do and what i will lose. i have read lots of peoples responses on here and i really feel what there going through. i read them and just want to reach out as i know how they feel and its the worst feeling ever and to be honest you can never speak to to specialists who say the same and infomation always differ.

i will comment back after my last test but it is a living hell for anyone who reads this who going through this i really no the feelings you are going through. 😢😢😢😢

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Going through hell
 Used on 28th October 2020

Hi all I tested again after 12 weeks and the test was negative I did feel a bit relieved but since then I have tested again at 14 weeks and still negative. I really am struggling to accept my results. I just want to move on and forget about this but it's not letting it past. BIOSURE you have been amazing you all a great team I just wish I could just rely on my results. Thank you so much. These messages that are on here I really feel your pain and I no it's not at all enjoyable. All you want is to flick a switch and for it to go away. 😢😭😢😭

Becky, BioSure UK Ltd
 Work on 05th October 2020

Hi Going throu hell, We understand that testing for HIV may be worrying but your negative result at 7 weeks with a 4th gen test is conclusive and a negative result using our test at 11 weeks is a very good indication. Although you do not necessarily need to retest again, due to your negative 4th gen test result, if it helps to put your mind at rest, testing again at 12 weeks (84 days) with our test will give you a conclusive result. Kindest regards, Becky

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