I recieved oral sex without ejaculating into her mouth . i was freaked out when i had a pain and niddle like pinching feeling with itching on my body and was very drepressed .and 1 took the test 48 days after my last sexual exposure .I did not have any intercourse and since then i have totally stopped having sex.Now still after recieving my lab reports i am still having niddle like pinching in my body. these test were conducted on HBSAG,AntiHIV1&2 and P24 are preformed on fully automated FDA approved chemiluminescent microparticle immunoassay (CIMA)
HIV Antidody Cutoff Value 0.174
HBsAg Cutoff Value 0382
Anti HCV Cutoff Value 0.114
Syphillis (RPR) Non Reactive
Malaria Non Reactive
what do you say its after 48 days from my last sexual exposure.Please advice what should i do next.
Thanks and regards.
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