The second most recent post suggests that the individual reviewing Triumeq was diagnosed as positive 7 days post-exposure--this is not medically possible. I question whether this individual is real, or conversely does not understand his/her historical risk profile. The commonly accepted window period following infection is longer than this period, and suggesting that diagnosis is possible 7 days post-exposure may give people improper advice as to how long one must wait in order to receive an accurate diagnosis.
We are just a peer group forum. We have nothing to do with the reviews on this site. The reviews are merely the opinion of the person giving them. They cannot be taken as gospel. That first blood test is merely to determine the persons normal count. Sounds like the dr jumped the gun here.
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