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Does the Home Access Kit....
pick up the vast majority of the infections by 6-8 weeks?
I am seeing/reading about tests that have to be 3rd and 4th generation tests that are considered "highly reliable" at 6-8 weeks.  Does the Home Access kit from the Home Access Company fit into this category.  I found a thread on here that stated that the Home Access kit is 2nd generation.   Does it REALLY matter?
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I am unfamiliar with the Home Access kit,...what generation it is.
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May I ask you what you think of this test?
Does the generation matter?
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If you would have read the insert of the Home Access test it will tell you to test 3 months post exposure. At 3 months it doesn't matter what generation test it is. Most test are not classified by generation.
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actually the insert says 6 months.
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Read about:
How long after a possible exposure should I wait to get tested for HIV?
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/topics/testing/resources/qa/be_tested.htm#wait
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so you are saying 3 months huh?
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