Hi Gail, I had a risky encounter in October, I tested via Ora Quick Oral Antibody (In Home) following the manufacturers instructions at 3 + 5 months, is this considered conclusive? My partner tested at 3 months + 5 months Ora Quick + Blood Drawn at her annual. All test came back negative. I have not did my annual this year will be next week. At this point would there be any antibodies developed to say that my test is conclusive? Or is there a need to be tested again? Thanks in advance.View Thread
Hi Gail just an update, I wanted confirmation of my ora quick results I had a CBC done last week all blood work was considered normal, took an hiv test as well, I will give you all am update as soon as my results have come back.View Thread
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