Ok, what was your risk if you dont mind me asking please?
As for the tests, forhet symptoms. 99% of posters have so called HIV symptoms, although their are no specific symptoms related to HIV, so thats why they are pointless, not to mention everyone with symptoms nearly always test negative.
So to answer your questions.
If you had symptoms of HIV would you test positive, YES you would. The reason being that you have created antibody's against the infection so the test would pick that up and you would have tested positive. A negative test means you do not have symptoms.
Also your 6 week test is 99% conclusive if you had a risk, so your very much in the clear and dont have alot to worry about.
The Fact the Dr Jose has told you this, who is an HIV expert and the main forum, im not sure what else a humble poster like me can add so asking questions to everyone and every forum will only give you the same answers.
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