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Oraquick mouth swab
An_255579 posted:
I took a mouth swab oraquick at 12 weeks + 3 days. Is this conclusive? Or should I test again? I had taken 4 other previous tests of the same kind all came out negative.
georgiagail responded:
The recommended time period for testing is 90 days (i.e., 12 weeks). A test done at that time period is considered to be both conclusive and definitive in its results.

In other words, no further testing is required.


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