|please answer me
Apr 30, 2003
Hi,sir.. I would like to thank u for your efforts...My question is: Actually my last exposure was 3 years ago, after 2 weeks from i felt some symptoms,so i made an Elissa Test, it came back negative,But as i hear from u we should make test atleast after 3 to six months after exposure, so last weak i felt somehow brave and went to make a test which turned to be negative tooo....plz plz My question is ,Do i have a risk to be Hiv+ if i made a test after 2 years and the half(30 months)? plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz answer me i want to feel good just for a pne day plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz????!!!! Thank youuuuuuuuuu...............
| Response from Mr. Kull
Testing 2 years after exposure is as definitive as you can get. According to your test, you are HIV negative and can move on.
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