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Seroconversion
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   I know for a fact that seroconversion beyond 6 months is rare. What about seroconversion beyond 3 months? For example 3 months and 2 days, will any symptoms that occur be considered as ARS symptoms at this time??
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What was your exposure?
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my exposure was protected anal and unprotected oral. which one is true? seroconversion after 3 months is rare or 6 months is rare? so far i've read 6 months is rare but not 3 months.
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You never nad an eposure.
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thanks for the reply. but can you answer the question about seroconversion? is more than 3 months possible to be considered as late seroconversion for majority of people?all i read is by 6 weeks and 6 months. which one is correct?
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The average times is 22 days but can take up to 3 months.
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sorry because english is not my first language. by "up to 3 months" means 22 days TO and BEFORE 3 months right? So it's safe to say more than 3 months is pretty rare?
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It means with in 3 months (90 days).
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Thanks. I got it now.
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