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I was just wondering how accurate an hiv test can be after 10 weeks since I've been researching it alot and although alot say its pretty much very conclusive and accurate some say to wait till 3 months and I just dont know what to do or how accurate it really is ???
Ok Teak I appreciate your responses I take it you know alot and you have made me feel better but you have already established that according to you I am not at risk I understand but yet I still want to know how accurate it really is. I guess I am just asking wether or not I am at risk it does not hurt to know more about the issue. Would appreciate a response to the question. Again thanx Teak.
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