Non-Reactive after 3 mos
Mar 17, 2003
Is Non-reactive Elisa Antibody after 3 months a good sign?
Response from Mr. Kull
The BEST (non-reactive means no HIV antibodies were detected)! According to the CDC, testing at three or more months is considered accurate. That means, as long as you haven't had any exposures in those three months, that you are HIV negative.
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