A 26-year-old male asked:
Qntv.hiv pcr nondetectable <50ml/cps & elisa negative after 2wks of expouser and negative rapid test at one month , is that enough for final status ?
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Dr. James Burnsanswered
Emergency Medicine 39 years experience
Depends upon: The type of exposure, but repeat serology at 12 and 24 weeks post exposure is very helpful and provides better information especially if hepatitis c is also a concern.
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