Thanks for your wonderful job ur doing.
here is my story.
i was exposed to menstrual hiv blood, and ve a small cut on penis,the unprotected penetration was for 3 second, than directly washed my penis, that was on the 24th of dec.
i started pep ( atripla) after 9 hours.
january 24th had a negative p24 antigen and a cd4 of 357.
april 24th( 3 months post pep) had a negative elisa 4th gen duo and cd4 of 773.
may 7th had a negative antibody test.
Can i take theses negative results as conclusive results or do i need further testing?
some of the forums says that i should retest 6 months post exposure or post pep, do i need to go throught it?
I am a bit close to my marriage and i just want to confirm it ( you know anxity is not something easy to be calmed down)
let me thank you again and tell you that ive tested the girl with acon & determine antibody blood test and the results were positive.
sorry to bother u again, but i wanna ask if antibody give a wrong positive results, 2 acon and 1 determine alere, cos that result of the girl was positive with the mentioned test, is it possible it was wrong positive?
Do u suggest that i should go for PCR test, they are saying that it can detect hiv earlier than other test, sorry but im a bit confused and ive been in this situation since last year dec,
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