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Can this be seroconversion??? Help!
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Can this be seroconversion??? Help!

I was tested for HIV at 3 months and one week after a possibly HIV exposure and the rapid antibody test was negative. Now one week later (14 weeks  since exposure) I have developed a terrible sore throat and it looks like I may have the flu and or a cold. My question is can this be the seroconversion stage? Is it possible that my 13 week negative result change at 14 weeks?
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5870831 tn?1376200649
No your test result is conclusive.

Your symptoms have nothing to do  with hiv.

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First of all thank you for answering my question.Ok but then why do people and some sites say that it can take up to 6 months to develop hiv antibody? How accurate is my three month post exposure  test result?
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5870831 tn?1376200649
The 6 month window period is outdated.

Your test results are conclusive and very accurate.


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