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HIV antibody positve, but negative RNA: is this possible alone or with meds?
Hello, if  a perosn tests posiitve for HIV posiitve antibody after 6 months, and then has a RNA test that is negative, then retests after 6 months and RNA is still negative:

-what would this mean?

-also if a perosn takes their medicine, cna they get down to a negative RNA undetectable level? Would they still be contagious.

thank you and please help
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If a person has a positive antibody test then a WB should be done to confirm those results.
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