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17 Jul 2011

Exposure
How soon after possible exposure to HIV is it in the blood?
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01 Jan 0001

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HIV is detectable in the blood after two weeks of infection with a HIV ELISA test. The best will be to repeat the test at one month and three month intervals after exposure. Some people only test positive after six months after exposure.

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