|late state of HIV is it possible a false negative?
May 30, 2013
About a year ago I was diagnosed with ITP. The hematologist ordered a bunch of tests and I asked her for HIV. Thing is that I had a very risky sexual approach. I asked the girl for her status she said she was negative. For some reason I didn't believed her. Thing is that the test I asked the hematologist returned as Non Reactive once. My question is that could I be into a late stage of HIV infection that no AB's would be dectected?
| Response from Mr. Cordova
By 28 days, most people have produced enough antibodies that can be detected by a test. By 90 days, everyone will have produced enough antibodies that can detected by a test. Once the body is infected with HIV, and has started producing enough antibodies that can be detected by a test, it will always produce enough antibodies that can be detected on a test.
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