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This is a legitimate question. I don’t understand why it’s been skipped over to answer newer questions.
Don’t IgG antibodies have a half-life of approximately 28 days? Aren’t they produced in response to a virus replicating such that a latent virus might eventually result in lower IGG antibody levels?
My exposure was determined by finding hidden antiviral medication prescribed to the woman I slept with and getting a court order to rent permission for overriding HIPAA privacy laws.
I’m concerned antiviral medication and latency might eventually prompt a false negative in a in a manner comparable to how HIV treatment made HIV undetectable for Magic Johnson and Tommy Morrison, even though it never cured their condition.