Thats not true and why 6 months.The official,conclusive hiv window period is 3 months post-exposure.If you have already tested negative at 3 months then no further testing is required.The information that you have researched is wrong.
candida cannot effect false positive test
thanks for the answer yeah just want to make extra sure.
the above is the site that i saw the info it says that
"Indeed, an HIV test may be positive for our John Doe, but this is no surprise because HIV tests are nonspecific, and a candida infection would likely be reactive in an ELISA or Western Blot test due to the presence of the protein particle p24"
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