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just asking

Had a high risk exposure in april of 2010,tested 7 weeks later and came back negative,and 6 weeks  after that i had to submit a urine sample for life insurance and it came back  negative ,my question is the urine sample a good hiv test??BTW my high risk was insertve anal sex on a woman THANK YOU!
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If it was indeed an urine HIV test and you took it 3 months or longer post exposure it is reliable.
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if you had unprotected anal sex, you had risk

you need hiv test 3 month post exposure
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BUT DR HHH SAYS A 6 WEEK IS CONCLUSIVE
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dr  hhh says it is conclusive with 90 percent.
but to make it guarantee just wait a few days. it is very very unlikely that the result will change.
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THANKS!!!
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THE URINE TEST 7 WEEKS LATER DOES NOT CHANGE ANYTHING?
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you had a test at 7 weeks...then 6 weeks after that?  so you've tested negative out to 13 weeks?
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There are no tests marketed or sold to give a conclusive negative test earlier than 3 months post exposure. A normal routine urine test does not check for HIV.
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NO 6 WEEKS ,AND AFTER THAT A URINE TEST FOR LIFE INSURANCE 7 WEEKS LATER
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CORRECT LIZZIE
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Reread what I just told you.
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OK ,BUT WHY DID IT SAY THEY WHER TESTING FOR HIV IN THE URINE TEST
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TO TAEK   ,I AM SORRY FOR NOT EXPLAING MYSELF LIKE I SUPOSED TO ,BUT THANKS A MILLION
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