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First of all, sorry for my English, I hope you can understand me :)
Today I took a rapid hiv test (blood form a vein) and the result was NON REACTIVE at the time.
10 weeks and 5 days ago I practiced oral sex to an unknown man (worst mistake of my life) well, this has been my only exposure, he didn't ejaculate in my mouth, but precum was present. I have dental caries no very deep, and my wisdom teeth are coming so my gums get swollen sometimes. well, Do I have to wait 2 weeks to have a conclusive result or this rapid blood test at this time is considered conclusive? thanks a lot.
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