Sep 22, 2004
RECENTLY TESTED TEST RESULTS SAID SERUM HIV ANTIBODY STATUS
NON-REACTIVE,WHAT DOES THIS MEAN,BEEN ALMOST 2 YEARS SINCE A POSSIBLE EXPOSURE
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Assuming this was a reliable test, it means you are HIV-negative! Non-reactive is another way of saying that no antibodies were found, which is another way of saying you are HIV-negative. Since it's been two years since your possible exposure, your negative test results are definitive. Another way of saying that is WOO-HOO!!!
Congratulations. Stay well.
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