|do i still need pyschiatrist or is that conclussive?
May 27, 2011
hi Dr.bob its me again........previously i asked about the conclussiveness of 28 weeks test which was negative........i remember your answer it was ( you dodged the hiv bullet)...........again i tested negative twice at 11 months post expossure with ag/ab negative, rapid test negative, but still having the peripheral weight loss. so is that conclussive or do i need psychiatrist again? what is the chance of becoming positive after 11 months? thanks
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Negative HIV-antibody tests out to 11 months are indeed definitive, conclusive, WOO-HOO-able and move-on-already-able. However, if you can't WOO-HOO and move on, you'll need the shrink's couch once again.
WOO-HOO. Be well. Stay well.
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