The second most recent post suggests that the individual reviewing Triumeq was diagnosed as positive 7 days post-exposure--this is not medically possible. I question whether this individual is real, or conversely does not understand his/her historical risk profile. The commonly accepted window period following infection is longer than this period, and suggesting that diagnosis is possible 7 days post-exposure may give people improper advice as to how long one must wait in order to receive an accurate diagnosis.