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6 months test
May 13, 2008

Hi Dr Bob i want to answer if a neagtive eliza test on the 25th week after the possible exposure is 100% negative!i mean conclusive and woo-hoo able!and secondly i want to know if antidepressants like zoloft and traxene affect the result of the test Thank in advance You helped so much 6 months now.Please be well and stay well as you say..people need you... Paul Greece

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Hello Greek Paul,

Yes and no! Yes, a negative ELISA at week 25 is both conclusive and WOO-HOOable! And no, Zoloft and traxene would not affect HIV test results.

So Paul, that means it's WOO-HOO time at the Acropolis tonight! Have an ouzo for me, OK?

Dr. Bob



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