Our expert says:
Most people will test positive for HIV after 30 days of infection, although some people only seroconvert at a later stage. 97% of people have antibodies by 3 months after infection and a 6 month window is not common with modern testing.
There have been cases where people tested negative for HIV antibodies after 6 months postexposure but were positive after 12 months of exposure. Taking all this into account, I suggest that you repeat the test once more and if the results are negative, you are HIV negative.
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