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I just had my 12 week antibody test yesterday. It was negative. Is this result conclusive? I also had a test at 11 weeks that was negative-this clinic had stated to me that the window period was 12 weeks (3montsh)...the clinic i went to for my 12 week test had said the window period was 3-6 and i need to come back in 3 months. I was shoked. I thought 12 weeks was conclusive. Please help.
u dont need further testing...in most countries 3 months is considered as conclusive...congrats mate..ur safe...all the best and forget hiv now..i wish i get the same result next month..then i can move on peacefully too..cheers
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