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Neg HIV PCR 32days 2month ELISA neg 3month unigold rapid test neg can I stop testing?
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Sean Alemi
General Practice
2 doctors agree
In brief: Well that depends...
Hello! the answer to your question is highly dependent upon when you believe the exposure may have occurred.
Antibodies against HIV can take up to 6 months to appear in the blood. However, if you had a negative rapid test, testing is generally considered complete unless you are having other signs or symptoms of an acute HIV infection.

In brief: Well that depends...
Hello! the answer to your question is highly dependent upon when you believe the exposure may have occurred.
Antibodies against HIV can take up to 6 months to appear in the blood. However, if you had a negative rapid test, testing is generally considered complete unless you are having other signs or symptoms of an acute HIV infection.
Sean Alemi
Sean Alemi
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Dr. Charlene Sojico
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
If you have recurring signs and symptoms , should see your physician asap to re-evaluate and make recommendations and treat if necessary.

In brief: Yes
If you have recurring signs and symptoms , should see your physician asap to re-evaluate and make recommendations and treat if necessary.
Dr. Charlene Sojico
Dr. Charlene Sojico
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