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Hi, I got tested recently for hiv infection. It is 17 months since risc ,had no other riscs. I have a persistant whitecoated tongue with teethmarks at the border, which has me concerned. My result of my hiv test is following:
HIV 1 & 2 / P24 Ag screen Not detected

Combination testing of HIV-1 and -2 antibodies

and HIV p24 antigen, allows for earlier

detection of HIV infection.
This test was done by  The Doctors Laboratory in London. Should I trust this test ,or should I have 1 more test to be 100% sure

thank you very much.....



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You're negative !

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Hi did ypu test for hepatitis? And mono!?
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