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Re: can conversion occur at 8 weeks
      07/06/04 10:15 PM

I have been researching HIV for a few years now and have written to experts here on the body and other places all of them told me the same thing they have never seen someone test+ 8 weeks when the actual date of exposure was known, all said 3 weeks was average and the rest follow soon after, the 12 week mark is the outer window for hiv seroconversions.
Youre 6 week negative is most likely your sero-status you can test again at 12 weeks to put your mind at ease . One Thing I ran across is the indeterminate test result at 6 weeks which meant one or more of the protein bands in the test was turning positive but not fully this warrants another test a few weeks later , so from what I have found on the web from case studies is if you are non reactive at 6 weeks there is no chance it is going to turn completly positive at 12 weeks.

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