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Dear Doctor,

On 09/16/2016, I had a risk exposure with a person with unknown HIV status.

My tests results

1. 10/21/2016
- Evolis Elisa HIV_EIAgen Ag/Ab - negative;

by Vitros3600 (amplified chemiluminiscence)
- AgHBs - 0.07, Ag HBs I - negative
- AcHVC - 0.02, AcHVC I - negative
- AcHBs - 0.0, AcHBs I - negative

2. 11/03/2016
- Anti HIV 1+2 (serum/electroluminiscence) HIV Combi - negative
- syphilis (RPR, less than 0.5 RU and TPLA, 0.075)

3. 11/06/2016
- HIV-1 RNA (quantitative, by Plasma EDTA/Real time PCR) - undetectable (detection limit 20 copies/mL)

4. 12/14/2016
- Anti HIV 1+2 (serum/electroluminiscence) HIV Combi - negative

5. 02/14/2017
- anti HIV chemiluminiscence (Vitros ECi) - negative (0.06) (Reference: Negative less than 0.9)

6. 03/20/2017
- Evolis Elisa HIV_EIAgen Ag/Ab - negative;

by Vitros3600 (amplified chemiluminiscence)
- AgHBs - 0.12, AgHBs I - negative
- AcHVC - 0.02, AcHVC I - negative

Please, let me know if I should worry further.
Thank you!


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replied May 3rd, 2017
HIV and AIDS Answer A61079
Since the latest test in 2017 is negative, it is conclusive that you were not infected, and hence there is no need to repeat any tests anymore

I hope this helps.


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