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Can I finally be sure?
Dec 1, 2002

I had unprotected sex with an iv drug user(anal & vaginal). This occured on July 26th. On Sept 17th, 53 days post exposure I had a neg elisa and quantitative pcr rna <400 copies. On Nov 5th 100 days post exposure I had a neg elisa and a quantitative pcr rna <50 copies. What do you think? Can I finally put hiv aside? Is there any way a person could have an undectectable viral load at three months and still be infected?

Response from Dr. Sullivan

You can be assured you are not infected with negative antibody and viral RNA studies 100 days after exposure; JLS.


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