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Tested false positive ELISA HIV test last month. Negative ifa and western blot and naat. 2 negative oraquick all 1 1/2 year post exposure. Hiv?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
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In brief: Negative

If nat was negative at 6 months after exposure you not likely to have hiv.
Given all the negative test results, you should not worry about the one apparently false positive.

In brief: Negative

If nat was negative at 6 months after exposure you not likely to have hiv.
Given all the negative test results, you should not worry about the one apparently false positive.
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