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3 or 6months for conclusive result

Please would like to clarify on the window period bcoz some claim to be 6months while others say 3months.am confusd in it.
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go back to your profile page and click on your posts.  count how many times you have asked this and how many times you've been answered.


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I wanted to have a clear undestanding between becoz wantd to confirm whether i wait for 6months if it would be final and conclusive.thanks
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3 Months is final and conclusive and you have been told this countless times.You need to forget about the whole 6 months thing because its outdated and wrong.Don,t torture yourself.Your conclusively negative.Walk away.
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