Nov 06, 2010
A few weeks back, I tested negative for HIV on a rapid test, and even asked the doctor to send in more blood for a lab test, just for more confirmation, and that test came back negative, as well. The most previous sexual encounter beforehand (and still, for that matter) was a short session of male-to-male oral sex (both give and receive). I forgot when that was, though. At the time of the test, I felt it had definitely been long enough post-exposure (12 weeks), but after I got my negative results, I began to feel and think "Well, maybe it wasn't 12 whole weeks?" And now, it hits me about the possibility of it being a couple of weeks short of 12. Maybe it's just my head messing with me. Would you say it's worth going back and testing again?