I had unprotected anal and vaginal with caucasian female t
seventeen years of age. now after we had done what i would call 90 % of our sexual encounters she tested negative twice. So my actual question is......what am i looking at for odds that she was in the window period? Not panicking like others on here( no offense guys ) but i am aware that having been tested twice the likleyhood of her actually being positive is less than that of being hit in the head by a madman with a sledgehammer. and also ive been tested as well. im a circumsized healthy white male. i tested five months after all this began but it continued for a few months after our tests. so.......her neg test x2 plus my one negative test. how am i looking stats wise.
Lol so no reassurance whatsoever on her two negatives? I had gotten over this when i got my neg and she got her second neg. i just want to know if my statistical odds are better since she waswith him for over a yearand tested neg twice. Likleyhood im even at risk withher?
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