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Can any undiagnosed conditions affect the results at 6 months

Say I were to have undiagnosed lymphoma, or ANY other type of condition that hasn’t been diagnosed, and affects the immune system..

Would a negative HIV test at 7 months be conclusive, and not warrant retesting?

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Becky, BioSure UK Ltd
 Work on 10th March 2021

Hi there, Apologies for not getting back to you sooner. There is no evidence to suggest that any underlying conditions could affect the test or result of the test itself. A negative result at 7 months is extremely reliable and is conclusive - you do not need to retest. Kindest regards, becky

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