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90 days
Jul 5, 2001

communicated earlier and thanks for the responces.

Its 90 days now (after an exposure - condom breakage twice during intercourse with a callgirl) and want to go for another test.

ELISA for HIV I & II were negative in 14, 21 and 65 days.

Getting married shortly and need to know what are the other STDs I have to get tested for.

Which version of Hep is Sexually transmitter.

Please respond immediately as there are few urgent decissions to be made.

Thanks

Response from Dr. Henry

By 3-6 months after an exposure the antibody tests for HIV or 99+% sensitive at identifying HIV infection. I would get tested for syphilis and hep B/C as well. KH



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