3 months is conclusive no matter where you live.
French guidelines r saying 6 weeks conclusive so. I understand u r following américains guidelines but if you were in my country ans the guidelines were saying 6 weeks ? Would u follow the guidelines. Because french guidelines and its official since 2010 are saying 6 weeks ci conclusive and its not my fault but the HAS ( its like the CDC for u guys )
hi im from england and i done hiv 4th generation negative test later 11 weeks and still worried...
UK Fourth Generation Testing
The need for a repeat HIV test if still within the window period after a specific exposure should be discussed. Although fourth generation tests shorten the time from exposure to seroconversion a repeat test at three months is still recommended to definitively exclude HIV infection.
PLEASE dont hijack someone else's post.
you were answered on YOUR post...read it !
It does not say it is conclusive at 6 weeks.
Im french i just gave u the mini of the french guidelines page 6. 6 weeks post ELISA. The delayed stayed at 3 months in case of pep. Im not critiqiaing uk or us guidelines il just informing u and give u the page and the mini that shows that the french guidelines gave a conclusive résultats 6 weeks post exposure. Im not engliqh i dont know about uk guidelines
Really u give me the uk guidelines page 6 french guidelines i dont lie to u guys evzrybody knows that 6 weeks is conclusive on France it wrotten black on white page 6 and that is the french guidelines.
I dont debate because ur forum is helpful. But gosh ask any doctors any french here its official.in France no testing after 6weeks with ELISA combo and cut of value of 50pg/l minimum.regards,