Anonymous
Dear sir,
. Thx to everyone you are doing great job.sir sex with one girl on April after i got penis injury and throats problem so i went to HIV test care
1.i took hiv Elisa test on 150days after infection but is result negative.
2.165days i took rapid test is result was negative
how accurate my result i consult one doctor he said hiv test depends on immune and strength of virus.so your result was not conclusive you go to take pcr test or western blot test this test only 100% accuracy shall I need take test suppose i LL take this test what type result will come pls clear me i totally disturbed..
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Anonymous
Hello and thank you for using the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as a source for HIV/AIDS-related information.

All HIV testing administered by a healthcare professional, including ELISA and the Rapid test, is conclusive at 12 weeks (84 days) post-exposure. So, your negative test results at 150 days and 165 days are absolutely conclusive. You do not need to get tested again.

I hope that I have addressed your concerns. Please feel free to contact us again should you have any further questions.

In health,

Natalie
AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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