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HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) antibody screening test is highly sensitive at four weeks and thereafter. It accurately detects a majority (95 % sensitivity) of HIV-infected patients.
However, in case of a ... … View thread »
Though HIVtesting is not needed in your case, but to relieve yourself from the associated anxiety, you may get an ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) for HIV test done after 12 weeks of possible exposure … View thread »
But as far as retesting at six months is concerned, here is your answer ... Over years, there has been a significant improvement in HIVtesting kits and therefore tests which are performed at three months give a final report … View thread »
As per the testing guidelines, a repeat HIVtesting should be provided to all individuals who have tested HIV negative, but where a possible exposure has occurred within the window period … View thread »
I have read on the internet that window period for HIV is three months and hence to confirm I have undergone HIVtesting called ELISA ... Testing at six months is only recommended for those who has taken post-exposure prophylaxis with 72 hours of HIV exposure … View thread »