80 days ago i had a minor risk which involved dipping a one or two penetrations unprotected plus oral ( which doesnt count lol) , at 6 sex i got a negative 4th gen test determine abbot hiv 1/2 , today (80 days later from risk) i got another test(same test) and thank god again it was negative .. should i rest ease now? can i put this all behind me?? even im still with swollen glands in both neck in groin less than a cm big? TY SOOO MUCH i really appreacite all the effort from you
Jun 03, 2012
Alere Determine HIV 1/2 test is a DUO test testing for both antigen and antibodies and the 3rd generation ELISA only tests for antibodies. Both are conclusive three months post exposure.
It just that confuses me qhat teak says to me and what he answered to another person in jine ( as i showed the post) he says alere is fine and conclusive and then says to me that its not fine so i dont know what to believe
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