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HIV result non-reactive but increased from the previous reading. Reason?

Greetings Today I get re testing for HIV also the result was 0.839 ( non reactive ) but it still make me very worry notes : this result done after 94 days of possible exposure .... My question is Why this result as well as previous one read High ????????????????/ Since the Early result was 0.34 , 0,45 and so one Please if you now One Explanation please let me know because in fact i do not sleep well and I m very worry Since I got an employment Offer in other country and i want to get some assurance from you in order to proceed . Thanks & Regards
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Please relax. Although the results read High (as you say), they are all non-reactive. That means to say that you are non-reactive to the HIV antigen and that you have tested negative for HIV infection.

Please do not worry about the high titers as long as they are non-reactive. You are healthy and fine as of now. Go ahead with your employment offer.

You may repeat the same test after 6 months.

All the best to you.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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