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Dr. German. Thanks for the answer of my first question. Yesterday, I had a complete Blood Count. Total Leucocytic Count ( The White Cells) was 8.7, while the reference is (3.5-10.5). I visited the doctor yesterday and told me that my immunity is good enough, although I am taking rejection medicine for my transplanted Kidney. My question. If my white cells count is good and within the normal range as the test shows, can I do the HIV antibody test within the normal window period like normal people. If you remember I did P24 at 21 days and PCR at 14 days and both were negative. I just want to make the antibody to confirm. My only problem was my rejection medicine that could delay the production of antibody. But with such good white cells count, Can I make the HIV antibody test within the standard window period like normal people? If yes, what the test should I do bearing in mind that I was exposed 37 days ago. Shall I make ELISA now and repeat it on 90 days?