Hello, basically, i understand a conclusive result occours at 3 months, but from browsing other sites and even looking at the NHS (National Health Service UK) website i found this info:
"Anti-HIV testing (window period of 15 days, test sensitivity 99.9%, error frequency of 0.1%), or an HIV combined antigen/antibody testing (window period 11 days, test sensitivity 99.9%, error frequency of 0.1%), or HIV RNA testing (window period 9 days, a combined test sensitivity of 99.995% and a dual error frequency of 0.1%). Overall estimates are weighted accordingly"
So does this mean you can test at say 11 days with test sensitivity of 99.9% ? surely that is conclusive enough?