Anonymous
Hi,

I have unsafe sex with someone continously for 3-4 days and got pregnant.
After that, i have consult with doctor to get tested for HIV after 80 days. She has performed HIV II antibodies test using my blood sample and that was negative.
Is it conclusive?
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Anonymous
Hi there,

Thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for HIV related information.

We at AIDS Vancouver abide by the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, which state that all HIV tests conducted *84 days* post-exposure are considered conclusive. At 80 days, your result is an excellent indicator of a negative HIV status. It is extremely likely that you will still obtain a negative result after future retesting, and we at AIDS Vancouver have *never* seen a negative result turn into a positive after retesting. Nonetheless, we only officially call test results conclusive if they were obtained 84 days post-exposure.

I trust I have addressed your concerns. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us again.

In good health,

Tiina

AIDS Vancouver Volunteer
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