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Super Duper Fast Question

Mar 11, 2009

Can I take an HIV test 1 or 2 years after exposure?

Will an HIV test taken after the recommended 3 months be COMPLETELY accurate???

I just turned 18 and taking my first HIV test this Thursday!!!


I will donate some money I have, but LORD knows it's not too much :( $40!! hugs and kisses!

Response from Dr. Frascino


Super Duper Fast Question. Super Duper Fast Answers !

1. Can you take HIV tests one or two years after exposure? Yes, absolutely.

2. A negative test at the three-month mark is considered definitive, barring any extenuating circumstances.

3. Good luck. Happy Birthday. By the way, the answer to all your questions could have been found in the archives of this forum. Check them out! There's a wealth of information there just waiting for your double-click!

Dr. Bob

Previous's Alabam gal again...begin clapping K? l.ol (SUSTIVA/ ATRIPLA SIDE EFFECTS, 2009)
$50 Testing Q&A

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