Welcome to the Forum. We get many questions about medications affecting the results of HIV tests. The answer in that almost none do. this includes both T3 and clembuterol.
As you point out, you really do not need testing at all following condom protected sex as long as the condom is worn throughout sex. Further, if despite this you feel the need to test, please know that HIV antibody tests, including are reliable 8 weeks after exposure this includes those performed on oral fluids. There is no longer a reason for persons to wait for 12 weeks until they are confident of their test results.
I hope this comment is helpful to you. EWH
Thank you Dr. Hook. One more question, not out of anxiety or irrationality, but out of general curiousity: what kinds of medications do affect HIV tests?
And just to reiterate, both T3 and clenbuterol WILL NOT affect my immune system to where oral antibody tests cannot detect HIV antibodies given the appropriate window period allotted time, right?
Sorry, please disregard the previous question. I think what I meant to ask was would T3 and clenbuterol affect antibody production to where the antibodies would be too low for oral oraquick detection at 8 weeks or 12 weeks? Would taking these medications (hormones) have the same effect like someone who is on chemotherapy or immunocompromised and their antibodies aren't detected as well?
Sorry, this is the last question. I promise!
Your question is a repetitive one. I have told you, neither t2 nor clenbuteroal will change the reliabity of tests. These are no no way like taking chemotherapy or being imunocompromised. EWH
Thank you Dr. Hook. I appreciate your directness and quick response. No more questions from my end. Have a good one!
I'm glad I could help. EWH