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Is three months absolutely safe?

Is there one case in the world that return to positive from negative after three months? I want to have a test at 90 days, if it is negative, I will not test forever! can I do this?
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90 day test is 100 % Conclusive  and once negative no more testing is needed. Dont allow your anxiety to get the best of you. Control your mind as the guidelines and Doctors clearly state 3 months is conclusive. Have a great day and dont stess
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Teak....I'm curious of the answer as well. I tested 102 days (14 1/2 weeks) after an exposure but continue to doubt if the 102 days is sufficient.  I took an antibody test at a Labcorp.

Thanks for all your efforts on this forum.
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102 days is 102 % conclusive.
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