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How long after unprotected sex should I get tested for HIV?

within how many days HIV report will come? if we had unsafe sex within how many days our body will get HIV virus? my friend had affair with a girl, later he came to know tat girl has slept with many boys every time he had safe sex but once condon was broken while having sex n soon they realized condom was broken n changed it. this happened one year before before 5 months in rainy season got admitted to hospital because of fever, doctor told him his liver was bit swelled might be of viral fever. all test was -be like flu, malaria , tyfoid, swine flu , blood culture n all now he s fine but he s scare of HIV infection?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

There is two types of HIV tests are available.
1. Antigen test - P24, DNA PCR tests will become positive and reliable after 3-4 weeks of risky exposure.
2. Antibody tests - Elisa, rapid tests are become positive within 8-12 weeks after the risky exposure. Reports will be available on the same day with the antibody tests.

Wish a speedy recovery for your friend.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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