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HIV antibodies - always detectable?
      09/22/08 12:32 PM

I've read that the window period for most people is 3 months after exposure and the rest of the people will show antibodies at 6 months - im confused over this cause ive read that a supressed immune system will mess up results but does it mean no matter what after 6 months antibodies will show up in everyone? How would you really knew if your immune system was supressed and messing up your results? Does everyone show up for antibodies after 6 months no matter how sick they are or are there special circumstances?

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