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Hi, I have tested negative for Antibody and Antigen tests at about 1 month, and now it is currently 3 months from exposure. Hence, I would like to know if a follow up test is required? If yes, then when should I test and what type of test?
Thank you.
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When exactly did you have the antigen test?
What was your risk?
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Generally yes, but if you've had no risk then no testing would be required. Either a Rapid HIV POCT test, which is antibody only would be reliable at three months or just have another duo Ag/Ab test.
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I had the Antigen&Antibody test on the 24/9/15. I was receiving a blowjob from another guy then I jerked him off.
I know that it was low risk but I'd rather not take any chances.
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