Both your tests were reliable and conclusive. Everyone with new HIV has a positive antibody test by 3 months (89 days is close enough). And there is no such thing as "too late for antibodies". Once positive, antibody tests remain that way for life.
So worries, for sure you don't have HIV. Take care.
Sorry to ask another question. The reason for my concern was that I've had quite a few yeast infections after a long round of antibiotics for acne. Now I am experiencing a dry cough and tightness in chest. Would these symptoms make you change your answer about whether my oraquick results were conclusive?
Blood test results always overrule exposure history and symptoms. Your yeat infections and cough make no difference. No worries!
They were oraquick mouth swabs. One in a clinic and two on my own.
Does the fact it was oral testinf make a difference?