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yaba daba ??
Jul 29, 2005

hi im latin! after 3 month before exposure i get tested elisa "negative"! can i woo hooo?!?!? i get tested with a pcr quantitative that detects <50 at 10 weeks before exposure too and its "undetectable"!!! that combination of results are definitive??? im scared i dont have another way soo you can help me plz?? thnk you ! scuse me for my english !

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Yep, a negative three-month ELISA and nondetectable quantitative PCR at 10 weeks are definitive, conclusive and YABBA-DABBA-DO-able!

Congratulations!

Stay safe and stay well.

By the way, I'm assuming you had these tests "after" your exposure rather than "before," as your questions states!

Dr. Bob



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