I'm new to this forum and I posted a question a few hours ago. So, sorry if I'm vreaking a rule of some sort by posting twice. I just wanna know when does the average healthy person test positive? Is it within days, weeks or months? Does it really take 3 months to test positive?
Well if 90-something % are positive by 6 weeks then your looking at under 10%. And the Dr's on this site have not seen anyone turn positive after 6 weeks in several years. So 6 weeks is very encouraging but 3 months is conclusive.
What if you are having symptoms like dry palms, purple spots on legs, numbness in legs. Also my bf whom i cheated on had an intermediate test at biolife(bloodbank) He tested neg at 4 weeks, and i tested neg at 4 and 5.5 is there a chance it could come up pos. at 12?
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