Anonymous
hello sir I am from India my unprotected exposure was on March 2013 after that in April may June July August September and October I did hiv1&2 antibody test by tridot came back negative and in November I did by elisia that also came negative at last in march 2014 I did by tridot method came back negative at last in 2014september I did hiv1&2 antibody western blot test came back negative all my test are conclusive or I should go for further testing and 1 more I was taking medicine for jaundise can it delay the hiv window period or my result I did hepatitiscand hepatitisb both came negative pls help me i can't able to sleep is my result are conclusive tell me about hepatitis result pls pls
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Anonymous
Hello,

Thanks for contacting AIDS Vancouver for HIV/AIDS-related information.

HIV test results are considered accurate, reliable, and conclusive after 12 weeks/3 months/84 days. After that period, your test results will NEVER change. This means that if your test results are HIV negative, then you are HIV negative. You do not need further testing based on this exposure alone.

As for your jaundice and hepatitis questions, I am sorry but we are trained to dispense information about HIV only. However, I will say that so long as your test is performed in a health care setting or by a health care professional, you should trust your results.

I hope I have answered your questions; however, if you have more, please don't hesitate to ask.

All the best

Maggie

AIDS Vancouver Volunteer
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