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May 13, 2002

My question is if a women where to have a vaginal unprotected sex with a male whom was gay or bi sexual one time and if she took a standard EIA hiv abtibody screening four months after exsposure and it came out negitive would there be need for another test to be conducted. The man status is unknown

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Testing at or after three months is considered accurate. No further testing is necessary.

RMK



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