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    HIV Test result ??
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    john111 posted:
    Dear sir, I am 26 years old male. I did biggest mistake of my life. 40 days ago, I had unprotected sex .It was without condom.. It was my first sex experience in life. I am not sure about her hiv status. after that day i am constantly thinking and worying. I am stress till now. After 21 days I did HIV antibody and antigen P24 test (HIV1&2 Abs + p24 Ag Methodology CMIA ) it came 0.11 non reactive (non reactive < 1.0). and i repeat the test after 28 days it came 0.11 non reactive, and i repeat it in 40 days it came 0.31 non reactive. but now I am confused because it was changed from 0.11 to 0.31 . my question is that mean it will increase by time to reach 1.0 (Reactive) . please is that mean anything
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