|Extreme levels of anxiety .
Aug 2, 2014
Hello I had a high risk exposure 9 months back. I have since performed several test. -At about 5 weeks I took a hiv dna pcr test along with a 3rd generation elisa, they were both negative. -I took an oraquick oral fluid at 13 weeks and it was negative. - I took another oraquick at 26 weeks and it to was negative.
I have no decided to take one final test at 40 weeks. I took a rna tma qualitative test. Lapcorp returned my results as undetermined. And asked me to test again.
What do I make of this . Please doctor take some time and answer
| Response from Dr. Wohl
If you test enough you risk a false or weird test result. PCR is a technically difficult process and not infrequently a test may be need to be repeated. Now that you have gone down this path (despite negative testing at 24 weeks that should have been considered the end of the story) you are obligated to get another RNA test. This will be almost certainly undetectable (negative).
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