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Hiv window period jyada se jyada kitna h
Hiv window period jyada se jyada kitna Hota h ager hiv positive ldki k sth sex Kr liya jaaye tho nd kon SA test krwana chaiye
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An antigen/antibody test performed by a laboratory on blood from a vein can usually detect HIV infection 18 to 45 days after an exposure. Antigen/ antibody tests done with blood from a finger prick can take longer to detect HIV (18 to 90 days after an exposure).
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Rapid antibody tests This type of test measures antibodies to HIV. The body can take up to three months to produce these antibodies. Most people will have enough antibodies to test positive within three to 12 weeks after contracting HIV. At 12 weeks, or three months, 97 percent of people have enough antibodies for an accurate test result.
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