I can tell you that there is a 98% chance that if you were negative at 50 days you will be negative at 3 months. It takes the virus 6 weeks (42 days) to be detectable. I think you tested at the right time and I'm glad to give you the good news.
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According to my Internal Medicine Mentor, yes, 98% is correct.. This is however assuming that the individual in question doesn't engage in any risky behaviour between the two times.
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Risky behaviour would be any behaviour that might put you at risk for infection.
Such as unprotected sex, sharing needles, unprotected anal intercourse, exposure to contaminated blood products.
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Then you are negative. If you had been infected during the encounter it would have shown up by now. I'm glad to say you don't have HIV.
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Glad to hear the good news, you don't need to repeat it.
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I see that you are confused, but this isn't really a question for debate. You have been negative twice now. You don't have HIV. Please let me know if you accept this answer or not.