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my question is. The elisa antibody test is same in all around world ?specially in saudi. I tested after 3 moths 12 days after mistake it came negative. How reliable this test for me? Because i scared to thinking that in saudi uses reliable elisa test or it is not 4 generation. (i didnt check which generation elisa they used )thank you
thank you. Teak. I felt good but bit worry about their elisa test. Don't know they used latest method or not. i tested at one policlinic and one at normal hospital.now i'm thinking to go re test after complate 6 months. Coz i asked at that policlinic they just said come after 6 months if you wanna test again.(nothing more than these ) dear teak what you suggeste me to do ?sorry for bothering it my last question
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