Follow up to "Super Duper Fast Question"
Mar 15, 2009
I will donate more for this update!
I asked you if it's o.k to take an HIV test 1-2 years after exposure. You said "Can you take HIV tests one or two years after exposure? Yes, absolutely."
Although I CAN take the test. Is it conclusive after 1-2 years. Or should I have gone 3-6 after exposure. I'm scheduled for this friday!
I need you advice! And thank you for the Happy Birthday Wish! :)
Response from Dr. Frascino
Yes, of course it's definitive and conclusive! Otherwise I wouldn't have advised you to take it. Frevinsakes!! Stop worrying. Take the test. Chances are your WOO-HOO is waiting for you!
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