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Need help regarding my hiv result
Dear All,
Past 8 Month back i had sex with SEX WORKER i used condom for vaginal sex. I kiss her on lip for while it last some  1min, and i sip her breast. I dont know here HIV status. But i got fear so much.
Hence i go for HIV standard test after 27th day it came negative, After 90days i visited sexologist doctor in my city. He ask me to take up tests those are
1.HSV(1&2 )  
2.HIV (1&2)
both the test results came were negative. That doctor told me nothing to worry no need for additional test these results its conclusive.

But after those test results i have been free in mind, i am going to get marry by this time i read some articles those mentioned 90days test results are conclusive still 180 days(6months) results is more conclusive.

Do i need any more test for this single sex intercourse instance . I am really worrying and fear for this please help me with your answers.
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Nothing you did ever put you at risk of having an HIV exposure.
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Hi sir how do u tell me I dont have risk at all... is kissiing on lip n breast sip not risky...
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No that is not risky.
HIV is transmitted by:
Unprotected vaginal and/or anal sex
IV drug use (sharing needles)
Mother to unborn/nursing child
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So for my instance I dont require any test na...bec I read some article kissiing on lip too have risky some blood gushing lead risky and blood may be there in girl nipple tip so hence both risky .... is it correct ..
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