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    An_255579 posted:
    I took a oraquick swab at 11 weeks after possible exposure, exposure was brief unprotected sex with a male (I am female) followed by protected sex. His status is unknown but he says he is negative. I am just scared. Is my negative 11 week a good indication?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Technically 11 weeks is one week shy of the "recommended" 12 week (3 month) testing period but honestly, ones status would not change between 11 and 12 weeks.


    So yes, your 11 week test result is an excellent indication of your status.

    Gail


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