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HIV test at exactly at 3 months conclusive??? Help Please
I was tested at exactly three months and 1 week after a possible hiv exposure and my result for my hiv rapid antibody test was negative. But now ( one week after I took this test I began to get relly sick. I have a terrible sore throat and I am coughing a lot. I also have the a stuffy nose. this has been going on now for 4 days and I am really scare that this can be seroconversion stage. Is it possible that my 13 week result was a false negative and that this could change if I take the test again at 14 week ??? Help Iam really worried. How accurate is the 3 months test.
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