My 4th question in a week, but still no response from The Body... Please answer
Feb 2, 2012
Hi, i was involved in a high risk exposure (unprotected oral and unprotected vaginal sex) with a prostitute on October 9th 2011. I was also involved in another high risk exposure (unprotected oral and unprotected vaginal sex) with another prostitute on October 12th, 2011.I got my HIV chemiluminscense antibody test on 90th day (jan 10th, 2012) post the 2nd exposure which turned out to be negative. My question is - 1)Will these succesive high risk exposures (2 days after one another) affect / increase my window period beyond 90 days and do I need further testing?? Please note my hiv antibody test was done on the 90th day post my second exposure. I am really tensed about the conclusivness about my test and will appreciate a response from you.
Response from Dr. Wohl
A negative HIV test 90 days post exposure means to me you are HIV-negative. Isee no need for further testing. DW
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