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my last request.

thanks guys for your support.
here is my last question.
i had a 5th HIV antibody test after 92 days from the risky exposure and it came back negative.
my point here is that i had an HBV test more than 2 months ago - HBs Ag came back negative but i did not check for the HBs Ab and HBc Ab.
after more than 3 months i checked for the HBV again - HBs Ag came negative but this time i checked for the HBs Ab which came back weakly positive. no answer yet for the HBc Ab ( i have to wait for 5 more days). well, i was born in 1977 and by that time there was i reckon no vaccination for the HBV.
so my question here is, if i was just recently infected by HBV and cleared from my blood, does this have an effect on HIV test during these 92 days???? or 3 months are enough to detect the HIV antibodies for almost all cases, as i know that i am healthy person and have no immune problem.
please i need you help.

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Treatment of HBV is impacted if there is HIV coinfection, but I have not heard that clearing of HBV may impact on HIV testing.
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thanks for your answer, but i really need more explaination.
i heard that if someone is infected by HBV and HIV coinfection, it is difficult to clear the HBV from your blood and it becomes Chronic HBV due the weak immune by HIV, is that right??
since my immune was able to defeat the HBV, and built HBs Ab , and the 92 days HIV test came back negative, means i am in the clear??
please help
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