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we dont know! any peron has diferent body reaction! it is truth that after 6 weeks most of the people" not all" at that time will be positive,,you still in window period, get test at 13 weeks to confirm yor negative result" the prosedure is 12 weeks" and that got to be folow.
, i am in 9.5 weeks negative result, i am waiting on cuple weeks more to get test again,,,then move one!,,,,,,,,,,,i love that 99% at 6 weeks that you wrote! but its hard to belive when people keep saying,,,to conclusive result at 12-13 weeks,,,if 6 wekks its 99%,,so 9.5 week will rule out infection? why 9.5 ,or 10,or 11 weeks dosent sound so good that #12 an13 weeks?
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