Which is best time to test for HIV?
At 12 weeks , or three months , 97 percent of people have enough antibodies for an accurate test result. If someone takes this test four weeks after exposure, a negative result may be accurate, but it's best to test again after three months to be sure. These tests are sometimes referred to as rapid antibody/antigen tests, or fourth generation tests.
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