Hi doctors. Gave unprotected oral to a man of unknown status about a year ago in a bicurios moment. Have been freaking ever since and worry every day since I am married. Been tested 9 times all anonymous because I am embarrassed. Started with or a quick at 4 weeks. 4 of them up to 13.5 weeks. 5 rapid blood tests at 11.5, 18, 26, and insti and clear view stst pak at 46. This is odd driven I know. Am I really negative? Do I need any more tests? I think what is driving my doubt with the blood tests is the wondering if there are enough antibodies in a small drop of blood to cause the reaction. Thank you in advance.
Thank you for your post.
I can assure you that you are HIV negative without any doubt. Your negative test results after 12 weeks are all final and fully conclusive. You need to stop testing, forget about it, and move on.
You DO NOT need any more tests.
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