|Hep C Co-Infection
Oct 12, 2011
I had a potetial exposure to hep c/hiv.
4 months post exposure Negative HIV Antibody Negative Hep C Antibody Negative Hep C RNA PCR
8 months post exposure Negative HIV Antibody Negative Hep C Antibody
50 weeks Negative HIV Antibody Negative Hep C Antibody
Do i need any further testing for either? Am I clear for both? Should I still worry about co-infection/delayed seroconversion?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
You are done with testing! I would have stopped at six months in fact.
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