Feb 18, 2011
un protected vag, sex with an escort. I have had the following test done and would like to know if I should or can stop testing? 20 days after exposure neg pcr and neg.antibody, 63 day after exposure neg pcr and neg antibody , 83 days after exposure neg antibody ,105 day after exposure neg antibody test. Are these test conclusive? I really need ur help.
Response from Dr. McGowan
Yes, especially the negative PCR by day 63 and antibody at day 105.
Would not do any further testing for that exposure, go ahead, consider yourself lucky and practice safer sex in the future.
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