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... Yes your test is conclusive and you don't need further testing. ... (3 replies)
... on October 14, 2014, which is 80 days or 11.4 weeks. The result came back as negative. Hence, is my result conclusive or not? ... (3 replies)
Risk or no risk
Jan 27, 2015
... As for a year, don't worry that's completely incorrect. As Joggen said, 3 months is conclusive if you had a risk from HIV. ... (8 replies)

... That is 9 months of my life I have tortured my self and my brain tricked me into thinking I was HIV positive. 9 months that I can't take back. ... (0 replies)
... I suggest having a 4th generation test at 4 weeks if it's available in your area. If negative you can be sure that you were not infected. Otherwise have a standard antibody test at 6 weeks. ... (13 replies)
... weeks is considered conclusive by most HIV specialists. Some doctors are more conservative and require a test at 3 months, but two weeks will not make any difference at this stage. ... (8 replies)
... ab hiv combo test after 18 and 30 days which came negative. Are they conclusive or Do I need to repeat the test. ... (2 replies)
... sh and i never saw slippage of breakage of the condom. 25th June 2014 was my last act and since i was less educated about Sexually Transmitted Diseases,including HIV i didn't care so much but luckily i was always protected. ... (11 replies)
Extremely scared
Jan 15, 2015
... After 12 weeks the results are conclusive, with a 4th generation test the window period may be even shorter, but the consensus at this point is 12 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... Your tests are conclusive that you don't gave HIV, you should have no concerns at all if you choose to test at 12 weeks. ... (2 replies)
I am so stressed!
Dec 30, 2014
... Symptom speculation is pointless with HIV as HIV has no specific symptoms, but to ease your mind, but no, it would certainly not have any effect this soon. ... (6 replies)
... The only way to know your status is via testing. 6 weeks will give you a good indication of your status and 12 weeks for conclusive results. ... (1 replies)
... delayed hiv antibody test? ... (1 replies)
... Later i got very worried about the incidents and decided to get my tested for the HIV and some other STD's. ... (19 replies)
... I know that the conclusive test must be taken at week 12, but is there any chance the result will change? ... (14 replies)
... Thanks. But many places even my country recommending conclusive test after 6 months. That is my confusion. ... (3 replies)
... Agreed, 6 months is utter rubbish and has been outdated since 2004, so this person has no right giving advice. Your negative, nothing else to worry about, so enjoy the weekend :) (19 replies)
... Counsellor told me that better to test after 6 month of exposure but I am finding it ridiculous. What do you suggest. ... (19 replies)
... Enough with the drama already. If you've tested negative at 9 weeks, then you don't have HIV. It's as simple as that. Your concern over this is a profound waste of mental and emotional energy. Collect your inevitable negative results and get on with your life. (19 replies)
... I gave blood sample. Test will come in 2 hours. ... (19 replies)

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