... ied at six months, get tested again and put this to rest once and for all!! After six months i have no idea how you could still be worried, but you can ask for a Western blot HIV test. ... (24 replies)
... negative" experience was repeatedly positive Elisa prior to the confirmatory Western Blot that showed Indeterminant. This is why I'm nervous. ... (6 replies)
... the three month test vs the oral test, the results which come back in 12 hours. ... (9 replies)
... At 60 days it can be somewhat reliable. Many people develop antibodies between 4-6 week though some take longer. It also depends on the type of test. If it is the standard Elisa test (which needs to show reactive twice and then confirmed with a western blot test in order to be considered positive) then 90 days is recommended and the CDC even testing at 6 months. If, however,... (17 replies)
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