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Western blot, rna pcr, p24 conclusion
I had a sex exposure on July 5th I had a protected exposure to the unknown hiv status fsw and after 8days and 31days -rna dna pcr came negative 21day -std pannel vdrl, chlamadia, syphills, tpha, herpessiplex 1,2 are negative 6weeks -p24negative 61days- western blot negative Can I conclude I am hiv negative because I am fed up worring about this I am also committed to sucide please tell me proper genuinely reply
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Stop worrying. Repeat western-blot or ELISA after 4-5 months.
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You are likely not infected. Stop worrying about it now.
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Unknown HIV status is unlikely to get infected. You may take up online counseling to get out of the fear.
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repeat the test after 2months
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