Sep 10, 2013
hi had no sexual acclivities more than 10 years. before that i had.but now having some symtoms buring and tinling in hand and legs and shevering in body.but i had tested 7 tests after my symtoms starts.today 105 th day negative.asper guide lines 3 months is conclusive.but this type of pro long progressors the antibody development take more than 90 days ?how to identify the status.prolong progressors find the antibodies ate the time of symtoms or its 90 days
Response from Mr. Cordova
By 90 days you will have produced enough antibodies that can be detected by an HIV test. You are HIV negative.
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