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The only time 6 months comes into the mix is if you would happen to be on Chemo, taking antirejection drugs for an organ transplant or you're a chronic IV drug abuser. Then and only then may it take longer than 3 months.
There are plenty of doctors who will say to test out to 6 months and it is those doctors that are confusing the hell out of people and creating hiv related anxiety.Any internet site that says 6 months for everyone needs to update their site.Even 3 months is considered conservative with todays modern testing avaliable.
so i' m hiv free
i took all these tests
1. 4 weeks antibody
2. 6 weeks antibody and pcr
3. 8 weeks antibody and pcr
4. 11 weeks antibody
5. 3 months antibody and pcr
so there is no need for further testing
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