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Hi. I had tested with the HIV NAAT 8 days after my exposure, and came out negative. Then 5 weeks 3 days after exposure i took another test HIV-1 DNA by PCR With HIV Antibodies by ICMA, HIV 1/O/2 Abs, Qual HIV 1/O/2 Abs, Qual, and they came up negative. And my last test 7 weeks after my last sex, for oralquick hiv1/2 and came up negative. My questions are do i have to test again for hiv2? and i do do have to wait 7 months like my doctor says. I am confussed because I took the NAAT test and PCR by DNA and the oralquick too early, they both providers said they are confirmatory.????? i need help from experts on this matter. thank you.
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