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P24 And PCR-RNA

Good day. 20 days ago i had an exposure. Performing deep oral sex (without ejaculation)  on a guy that turned out to be HIV positive. I did P24 and PCR-RNA test at 14 days post exposure and both came out negative for HIV today. Would an Eliza still test positive at 3 months? Thanks.
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366749 tn?1544695265
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Your risk never existed, therefore no test was needed. Since you have already get the PCR-RNA done, that is more than enough, you are fine. Move on with your life
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