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Apr 14, 2012

Hi Dr. I am not sure what kind of pcr test to take as there are a few. What test is more accurate for someone who may be seronegative ( 14 months later) I just took another rapid mouth swab test and was negative. I still have sore throat, dry mouth, edema ( skin is impressions all over) I am not overweight. blood in stool, sinus infection, and very dry and sensative skin. The doctors here don't think that somone can still have HIV if you test negative on a antibody test. But most people are ignorant and there are known and documented cases of seronegative.

Response from Dr. Wohl

I am sure that the viral load test available from your clinic is fine. Most common is probably the COBAS Ampliprep or the COBAS Taqman tests. DW



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