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I had multiple unprotected sex with a female of unknown status and I did HIV antibody test after 33 days post exposure which came back negative...... I know it's not conclusive but is it likely to change?   The test that was used is alere determine HIV 1&2 that's check for only antibody
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It is still possible, though not highly likely, that your antibody test will change.  Since the test is intended to be conclusive at 90 days from your last exposure, I can't give you odds for a test taken at any point in between, but the closer to 90 days, the more reassuring your result will be.

Is your partner able to test? A negative test from your partner would be reassuring.
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