Hi doctor. i few sexual encounters in the past n
No report is attached so please upload the same.
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I didn't find any report attached with the query so request to attach both the reports for better explaination. As such any value below one for ELISA is considered negative but get back to me with reports for further advice.
The report is negative for HIV.
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The test result for HIV is below cut off value and negative so don't get worried but to get 100% conclusive result you need to get tested after 3 months because the window period for HIV varies from 15 days to 3 months.
The lymphocyte count is slightly higher which might be due to any other infection not related to HIV specifically so just calm down, forget the episode and live your life normally as you are safe and risk free. If still any query is there feel free to ask me again and I am here to help you out always.
Yes you need to go for repeat testing after 3 months.
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You have to go for repeat 4th generation HIV Duos test after 3 months of exposure to get 100% conclusive and accurate result. The result will surely come negative so be relaxed, allay the fear or anxiety and move on in life. For any further help please don't hesitate to write to me again.
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