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HIV 1/2 EIA AB SCREEN...NONREACTIVE......MENTIONED ON MY MEDICAL REPORT..
a non reactive hiv antibody result does not exclude hiv infection since the time frame for seroconversion is variable.if acute hiv infection is suspected,antibody retesting and nucleic acid amplication (hiv/RNA) testing is recommended.
Please help me,does it mean I am HIV positive or going to get AIDS????
Your test did not find any evidence of antibodies to hiv. However, it can take up to 3 months after your exposure for the body to make antibodies. So if your risky experience was more than three months ago, then your test is conclusive, according to most experts in the field. Some doctors say you should get tested again at 6 months, but their information is considered outdated. I am not an expert but someone else who is new to this site. I hope this helps. I noticed you were not getting any answers from others on here.
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