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9 months after exposure I tested negative for hiv. Am I ok or is there still a chance I caught it?
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Dr. Simon Tsiouris
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Very slim
A handful of persons have been documented as converting from negative to positive 12 months after an occupational (non-sexual) exposure to hiv.
Most individuals who become infected will have a positive test by three months after the exposure, many even sooner.

In brief: Very slim
A handful of persons have been documented as converting from negative to positive 12 months after an occupational (non-sexual) exposure to hiv.
Most individuals who become infected will have a positive test by three months after the exposure, many even sooner.
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