Pregnancy In HIV-infected Women?
Afternoon…rnMy wife is 8 months pregnant, last month the laboratory check and the results of hiv were k 1 reactive, the 2,3 and 4 non reactive..rnIs my wife positive for turquoise hiv..? rnAnd yesterday I re-examined and the results were the same.. number 1 for SD HIV was positive… the k 2 hiv vocus, the k 3 hiv intec and the k 4 hiv vikia the results were negative…rnIs my wife positive got turquoise hiv…?rnrnThank you
Hello Ade wijaya, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
HIV test aims to determine whether infected with HIV, the virus that causes HIV. Most HIV tests look for antibodies to HIV. Antibodies are proteins made by the immune system to attack certain germs. Antibodies for each germ are different, so if antibodies to HIV are found in the blood, it means that they are infected with HIV. The test that is usually done is a blood test, the test that is most often done is a rapid test or rapid test that will get results within 20-30 minutes after the blood is drawn. If the first result is reactive or positive, you may be infected with HIV, but a second test should be done if you have symptoms of HIV, and a third test should be done to confirm it.
You should consult again with the doctor who examined your wife, because it must be adjusted to the physical examination, interview of your wife's clinical course, and other supporting examinations, and the doctor who is more aware of your wife's current condition is the one who handles her.
Some suggestions for your wife
Continue to control your pregnancy. Avoid having sex as long as it is not certain whether you are infected with HIV or not. Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah