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Regarding Hiv infection
Sir I had high risk exposure on 25 Feb/21. I had hiv rna pcr, p24 antigen and vdrl test done on 17 th day of the exposure in which all three came out negative. Then again I had hiv rna pcr test done on 47th day of the exposure which came out negative. Are these tests sufficient to rule out hiv infection or should I wait for 90 days window period to have 3rd generation antibody tests? Blood reports show good outcome but I felt fever for almost 50 days. Also I had done my urine culture in which "e coli " came and in ultrasound of abdomen "cystitis" has come. Please guide me for further tests as I am suffering from severe anxiety
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Repeat  4th generation hiv test after 90 days.
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Share few more detail history of exposure Take proper knowledge about this first chat online for guidance and advice chat now clarify your douts take proper consult
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HIV test to be repeated after 90 days of exposure. You can contact doctor for urine infection with ecoli.
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