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Is the same an ELISA test 43 days after the exposure then 45 days?
I have a question aboutn de ELISA. I've read that it is definitive 45 days after the exposure. Am I right or wrong?

I had a ELISA 4th regeration no reactive after 21 days of the exposure. Today's my 43 day after de exposure, Should I do a ELISA tomorrow or should I wait to 45 days?

I rubbed my penis near the urethra in a woman's skin with vaginal fluids, I guess they were dried but I can't remember.

Please answer me, about the "definitive" time about the ELISA 4th generation.
Thanks a lot
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I've told I didnt had an exposure, If some one else can confirm that, do it please because I'm desperate and scared.  But still I want to know about the question please?
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I know Teak, but I asked about the ELISA, can you answer me? please
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You need to believe you didn't have a risk or you are going to keep obsessing over this.
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