Test at 22 days ( negative result ); now 6 weeks after incident and worried
I gave blood at 22 days after incident for a PCR DNA test. The company claims 98% accuracy after 21 days. Is this possible? I hope that is the case as I now have a non itchy rash (or redness)on my neck and upper chest and am worried sick.
It is now a full 6 weeks after incident. I feel like I have had the rash for 3 to 4 weeks, with the worst in the past few days. My mouth is also itchy.
Is there a test I could take confidently now or do I have to wait for the normal 3 month test?
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