|Very quck question - looking for a very quick answer please!
Aug 19, 2006
I know you must thousands of more deserving questions to answer, but i would be very grateful if you could take time out to answer mine.
I tested @ 28 days (DUO) and again @ 87 days Oraquick. After what I can see was a low risk exposure. Would that be considered conclusive?
Many, many thanks.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
The answer to your question is readily available in the archives. Have a peek and see! (The answer was so quick it was waiting for you before you typed your question!!!! How's that for "quick question -quick answer" service???)
Briefly, yes! I'd consider your negative HIV tests out to 87 days to be conclusive following a low-risk exposure.
Stay safe. Stay well.
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