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HIV 4th gen CMIA test taken at 6.5 months

HIV 4th gen CMIA test taken at 6.5 months post exposure. The result is negative. The same was taken at 42 days and 50 days post exposure and was negative. Should it be considered absolutely conclusive?
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It was conclusive after 4 weeks so your problem is not disease, it is fear of disease. It is abnormal to test 3 times so any more testing indicates HIV phobia which requires a therapist to try to help you relax. You can get E Coli after any meal but you don't test for that after each meal so your priorities are misplaced testing 3 times for hiv.
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