testing window question - need clarification
Nov 20, 2000
Hi Ryan, Keep up the great work!! I know the recommended testing windows are three and six months, respectively. It has been two months since my last possible exposure and I was wondering if a negative test result at 2 months is a promising sign that I possibly was not infected. I plan on testing again at the 3 & 6 months. Please respond - thanks!
Response from Mr. Kull
Take it as a good sign and go ahead with your plan to get tested again.
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