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Hi there. I just did a test 16 weeks ( 4 Months) after exposure, for Hepatititis B S Ag, Hepatitis C Virus, VDRL/TPHA (Syphillis) & HIV, all came back negative also the Urinanalysis report and blood analysis report is good as per doctor sayings. Should I consider other test to detect STDs, which are not listed above and should I repeat the above test later or it is conclusive? Your reply will be kindly appreciated.
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186166 tn?1385259382
your test at 16 weeks post exposure is RELIABLE and CONCLUSIVE...proving that you dont have hiv.  further testing is not needed.

this forum is hiv specific...so any questions regarding other stds should be addressed on the std forum.
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Thank you very much
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