Question

    Hi Dr. Frascino, here is my situation. I had a nonreactive blood test 32 days post and an undetectable less than 50 copies RNA by PCR at 37 days post. The doctors office where I got the viral load test keep bugging me to come back and test again but why? They know that I am SO scared of this but already told me my results when i called them and they left a VM with my results on this website(getyourlabresults.com), could it be they lied to me just so they could tell me face to face because they might think I would harm myself? (which i would never do, no matter what life presents me with) Everytime I call them it just seems sketcy plus my symptoms are off the wall.

    current eczema and psoriasis flare ups hand rash AND diareah at week 3, muscle spasms and headache week 4 pimple that dont pop, all over back and chest small cluster of raised bumps rash on shoulders, arms flat rash on forehead for a couple of hours hairy tongue AND NOW INFLAMED GUMS that bleed WHICH I HAVE NEVER HAD BEFORE even when I wouldn't brush for days. This is NO coincidence

    your probably thinking that I dont have a chance but my only hope right now are my results but I think there is a conspiracy. PLEASE HELP ME DR!!!! Pretty Please!!!!!!! Ive emailed like a million times already :-(

    brief unprotected with call girl who most likely has hiv

    Answer

    Hello,

    Calm down! Your doctors would not lie to you about your test results. There is no conspiracy.

    My advice is simple:

    1. Get counseling (psychotherapy) to help with your anxiety and irrational fears surrounding HIV and your conspiracy theory.

    2. Get a single HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark. HIV-antibody tests taken prior to three months are not considered conclusive.

    Dr. Bob

    Can doctors lie to you about test results?
    A doctor's lie is different than a typical lie. A lie is an intentionally false statement, but it can differ from patient to patient. Any lie that causes harm to the patient, masks the doctor's mistakes, covers up medical errors, or disguises fraud, however, is illegal. more
    How do doctors receive test results?
    After the blood sample has been taken, it will be put into a bottle and labelled with your name and details. It will then be sent to a laboratory where it will be examined under a microscope or tested with chemicals, depending on what's being checked. The results are sent back to the hospital or to your GP. more
    Do doctors call you with test results?
    Some doctors call, text or email patients with results, while others require in-person visits. No federal or state law dictates how or when doctors share test results with patients — legally, both approaches are fine. “Ultimately, it's the patient's information, and it should be accessible to them.” more
    Why do doctors phone with blood test results?
    assess your general state of health. check if you have an infection. see how well certain organs, such as the liver and kidneys, are working. screen for certain genetic conditions. more
    Do doctors call if test results are negative?
    Most people assume their doctor will call them if they get a bad test result. But new research shows that doctors frequently fail to inform patients about abnormal test results. more
    Do doctors review all test results?
    Test Results The Doctors review the results of all investigations carried out by the practice and will make recommendations. more
    Do doctors call back if test results are negative?
    Most people assume their doctor will call them if they get a bad test result. But new research shows that doctors frequently fail to inform patients about abnormal test results. more
    Why do doctors make you come in for test results?
    Most providers who require follow-up visits to share test results have a reason for doing so, Donovan says, and aren't just trying to bill extra time: “They may want to be able to deliver bad news in a controlled environment where they can also discuss a treatment plan.” more
    Do doctors always call with blood test results?
    And in many cases, doctors may choose not to call patients "because we know that they know we know what's going on, and they trust us, so we don't call unless it's necessary," he says. "We have found when we call patients about lab results, they give us better patient satisfaction scores. more
    Do doctors usually call with blood test results?
    Some doctors call, text or email patients with results, while others require in-person visits. No federal or state law dictates how or when doctors share test results with patients — legally, both approaches are fine. “Ultimately, it's the patient's information, and it should be accessible to them.” more
    Can doctors leave test results on voicemail?
    2. Medical Information: It is also essential to NEVER leave test results or other medical information on a patient's voicemail. more

    Source: www.thebody.com

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