3 months post exposure is when you can get a conclusive negative test.
We cannot give you any advice about the nature of the clinic and the test you had. You'd have to direct any concerns to that clinic.
There are no rapid tests that take that long. Some only take 3 mins. where some take 20.
Thanks for the extremely prompt reply. However, I do not understand what you mean, can you explain?
What part is it you don't understand? I didn't think the answers were that complicated.
I guess my question to you who seem familiar with HIV testing is:
Does filling a vial of blood drawn from the arm and having results 10 minutes later seems like a familiar way of testing? or does it sound uncommon?
Could it be an ELISA, EIA, etc...?
rapid kit test?
Without knowing what test they done can't tell you. Your are not going to get a standard ELISA test results in less than 4 hours. The turn around time for an ELISA is apx. 2 weeks.
OK, Thank you again for your time!