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Hi. I had possible exposure on 17th July condom broke with someone tested HIV positive at 2nd August and I tested negative on the sameday after 60day I tested am value number was 0.9 non reactive at 85days I did alert determine ag/ab combined test was negative again at 14week alert determine (ab) negative my question is what are chances of being positive at another 12weeks?

Hi,

The HIV antibody test, and HIV Antigen/Antibody test, are both conclusive after 12 weeks (3months). If you've had a negative result from an AG/AB test at 14 weeks, we would say that is a conclusive result and there is no need to re-test.

Hope this helps,

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Health Nurse

This answer was posted on November 28, 2018

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Abuadam says:

Hi. I had possible exposure on 11th July condom broke i tested negative after 80 days and 160 days results were non reactive I did ag/ab combined my question is what are chances of being positive after that period?

Health Nurse says:

Hi there

There is no chance of being positive after that period. If you have had a negative HIV test more than 3 months after the exposure, this means that you do not have HIV

Let us know if you have any further questions

Health Nurse

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