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I had combo hiv test at 35 days and after 40 days after exposure, all tests negative. In general, antibody tests that use blood from a vein can detect HIV sooner after infection than tests done with blood from a finger stick or with oral fluid.
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  • HIV: Testing for antibodies should be repeated at 3 and 6 months after exposure.
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    A rapid antigen/antibody test done with blood from a finger stick can usually detect HIV 18 to 90 days after exposure.

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  • In addition, even after three months, there can also be false negative results because no test is.
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    A rapid antigen/antibody test done with blood from a finger stick can usually detect HIV 18 to 90 days after exposure.

  • A lab-based antibody/antigen test using blood from a vein has a shorter window period—it can detect HIV within 18 to 45 days after exposure—but you may have to wait a day or more to get results.
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    Your doctor may also wish to order a viral load test now.

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