Mar 11, 2003
Hy, Sorry about my english, but i didnt found a forum in mi lenguage,
First of all, thanks helping all us with our worries, I have to questions
Q1 Is possible to develope symtoms after 18 months of a low risk exposure, symtoms of seroconversion, like anomalies in the skin and mouth, and swollen glands in the neck.
Q2 I tested negative after 12 months, whit a second generation ELISA test, can I live without worring about relating symptoms with HIV
Response from Dr. Frascino
Let me answer your second question first. Testing negative 12 months after an exposure is conclusive: You are HIV-negative.
I'm assuming that answers your first question as well. Right?
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