|Are there any #s for me?
Feb 24, 2003
I apologize for a repeat of question but I am a bit confused as well as curious. I have read several "experts" say that most people seroconvert in the 2-4 week timeframe. Are there 's? My scenerio would be that I tested Neg using DNA/NAT(mini-pooled), P24, and Elisa at 11 weeks. Is there a # or that would tell me the likely hood of still being HIV pos? Thanks for your kind help.
Response from Dr. Sullivan
You can be completely reassured you are not infected; JLS.
please. please answer, .. very worried
Do i need to take a test?
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