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The tests you have listed are not the tests that we use in British Columbia to look for a syphilis infection. Because of this, we cannot tell you if they are conclusive at 88 days. It would be best to discuss the accuracy of your testing with your healthcare provider or where you had the tests done.
In BC we use the Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) blood test to check for syphilis. Most results are accurate 6 weeks after contact with someone who has syphilis. Sometimes it can be as long as 3 months.
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This answer was posted on September 19, 2013