|anti-HCV test time
Aug 12, 2006
How long after possible exposure to Hepatitis C would it take for negative test results to be conclusive?
I french kissed a woman and later found out she is HCV+. I was tested for HCV infection at 8 weeks and the test results were negative. I also showed neg. for HCV antibodies. I've read the archives and see that kissing is low risk for HCV transmission.
Should I get tested again? Is 8 weeks conclusive?
Thanks in advance!
Response from Dr. McGovern
I wouldn't have done the first test for kissing so this is conclusive.
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