|Thanks form Italy
Jun 13, 2011
Hallo, Doctor Frascino. Thanks for your fast answer. It's not that I had a lot of real exposures, but I just would like to reassure myself by testing. I decided that I will have a test on the next 2nd July, so I guess the results will be related to everything I've done until last 2nd April, right? Thanks again. M.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
HIV-antibody tests taken before the three-month mark would not be considered definitive or conclusive. I agree with your plan to test three months after your last potential exposure. Yes, this result would also cover any previous exposure.
Prego, non c'e di che. Buona fortuna.
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