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05 Mar 2004

PCR at 8 weeks
Are the results of PCR at 8 weeks considered conclusive. I just could not waite for a three months window period after I was told to repeat an ELISA which was also taken around 8 weeks.
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HIV Peer Forum

01 Jan 0001

That should be OK. Usually the PCR becomes positive +/- 2 wweks after exposure.
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