A year or so ago i was in a relationship with a man it only lasted for a couple months, we has unprotected sex a couple times but later i found out i was cheated on multiple times. About 5 months later i received an email from the man saying i may have been exposed to Hiv, i freaked out and went and did a rapid test at the clinic. It was negative but i did read that some people take up to 6 months to produce antibodies and also read that the brand of test that was.used has been found to be faulty ie false neg....should i retest or is that test trust worthy. I need to put.this behind me just need help. Thank you.
If you consider a testing reading worng, you can test forever. A flase negative can happen when the testing is done within the window period. You tested outside the window period, so a false negative wouldnt come up.
And a false positive would come up once in a while if you keep taking tests.
You had unprotected sex, you got tested at 5 months, your result is negative. This means you are good.
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