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hello drs. i am a male who had unprotected vaginal sex with a csw a while back. i took a elisa lab based blood test (not sure what generation) at 3 month and 3 weeks. i also took the take home oraquick swab test at 4 months and 3 weeks. now ive talked to different hotlines and some say 3 months and conclusive and some say 6 months. my primary care said 3 months is conclusive while a ER doctor told me 6 months is conclusive. i am now very confuse on the window testing period i was confident with my 3 month and 3 week elisa test until ive heard all this conflicting information. here are my questions..
1.is my test truly 100% conclusive or do i still have to wait at the 6 month mark?
2. will antibiotics affect my testing results?
3. i had a chronic anal fistula for about 10 years which i got fixed right after my 3 month and 3 week test. will this condition possibly delay antibody productions?
Thank you for your post. Here are your answers:
1.is my test truly 100% conclusive or do i still have to wait at the 6 month mark? YES, IT IS FULLY CONCLUSIVE. YOUR TEST WAS AN ANTIBODY TEST OF 4TH GENERATION, PERFORMED AFTER 12 WEEKS. NO NEED TO HAVE ANY MORE TESTS. FINAL AND FULLY CONCLUSIVE WITHOUT ANY DOUBT.
2. will antibiotics affect my testing results? NO, NOT AT ALL.
3. i had a chronic anal fistula for about 10 years which i got fixed right after my 3 month and 3 week test. will this condition possibly delay antibody productions? NO, NOT AT ALL.
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