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Occupational Exposure to HIV

Q: I believe I had an occupational exposure to HIV recently, but I’m not sure if I’m ready to test yet. I’ve heard that you have to wait 3-6 months for a reliable HIV test, is this true? Are there any other options?

A: If you believe that you may have been exposed to HIV, it is a good decision to seek testing as soon as possible. With traditional HIV antibody testing you need to wait 6-12 weeks post exposure for a reliable result; however, HIV DNA PCR testing is designed for this kind of situation.

The PCR test can provide reliable results within days to weeks after an exposure, and is considered conclusive at 28 days post exposure. If the test returns a negative result you can be confident that everything is okay, and if it is positive you can get started on treatment right away. We offer both the PCR and antibody testing, and if you have questions or would like to make arrangements for a test you can always contact our office. We can discuss your risk and testing options, as well as answer any questions you may have.