After having a exposure in thailand, i went for anti hiv test after 2 months, it was negative, it was rapid test in university laboratory . Is this result accurate, it it is accurate how much percent is accurate, please help me, anxiety is really killing me.
If it wasn't unproected vaginal or anal sex, or sharing IV drug works, then you never had a risk. An HIV test result will be conclusive at 3 months post exposure for those who DID have a risk.
Now, this is not an HIV forum, if you want further info about HIV, post on our HIV community.
We're here to help you with anxiety. If you're just anxious about this, once you get a conclusive test result, the anxiety should subside. If it doesn't, you may be dealing with an HIV anxiety, which is common. If that's the case, you would be advised to seek professional h lp.
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