For information please!
Jan 21, 2013
Dear Experts at body.com, It is always recomended on your site that testing should be at 3 weeks and then at 90 days for cconclusive results. If a person misses the 3rd week test but takes a single test after 90 days would the results be considered conclusive?
Response from Dr. Hightow-Weidman
Hello there- Yes, that would be sufficient. The 3 week test is the earliest with standard testing that a result would be accurate and that is why it is advised for those who have had a recent risk exposure. It is not necessary however. Take care, LHW
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