I've recently tested negative for HIV-1/2 at 14 weeks. However, I've reAd that some people take longer to seroconvert to HIV-2 because it's less virulus. There was something posted about 2 people in India who tested negative for HIV-2 antibody but positive for hiv-2 virus and it said because the virus is less harmful then antibodies may not kick in.Does this mean HIV-2 window period is different than HIV-1? I know that HIV-2 is supposed to be rare in the united states but ive also read that HIV-2 could be misdiagnosed as HIV-1 because it's not routinely differentiated from HIV-1. I'm desperate for an answer.
Since you did the HIV antibody test after three months post exposure, and that is negative, then you are conclusively HIV negative. If you continue to experience symptoms, test for HTLV and other infections.