|do you know? cause i am so confused?
Nov 22, 2003
Um, i had a negative antibody test at 3 months, but i think Im symptomatic, so i don't know whether or not i should have a pcr done? What are the cases when this is warranted? Thank you sir!
| Response from Mr. Vergel
When in doubt , get a PCR. It takes some people a few months to seroconvert to show antibodies, but the PCR is a sure thing. Talk to your doctor. You could also be coming down with something completely unrelated to HIV. nelson
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