Anonymous
I involved in unprotected sex on feb 01 2014, After 100 days of exposure me & my girlfriend did pcr proviral DNA PCR test and rapid TRI-DOT test, all test was Negative for both. Again i did a Finger prick rapid test after 6 months & 20days, that also came negative. Shall i consider all this test are conclusive?
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Anonymous
Greetings,

If you completed your test after 84 days with no other instances of risk in between, your results are considered completely conclusive. World Health Organization standards specify that any test obtained at or after the 3 month mark (84 days) is considered completely conclusive, with no further testing required.

These tests mentioned above are both accurate tests at the 3 month mark.

I hope this helps to answer your questions. All the best.

Katie
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