Welcome back to our Forum. The exposure you describe did not give you HIV- you can be completely sure of this. The combination tests that you have been tested with give definitive answers at any time more than 28 days after and exposure, thus you have at least three test results at times when the results are definitive and you can be confident that you were not infected.
There is no meaningful difference between test results at 83 and 84 days.
None of the medications you mention would change your test results in any way.
The reports you have found on the internet are wrong, reflecting either old data or misinformation.
You have no reason for further concern regarding your exposure over 80 days ago, no reason for further testing and no reason to abstain from sex with your regular partner. I hope these comments are helpful. Take care. EWH
Thanks for answering, but as far as i know that unprotected vaginal sex is high risk, so i just want to understand why it is not high risk.
Also I still did not get answer of whether i can do unprotected vaginal sex with my wife.
Also do you ,kindly, have any statistical information about people who tested at 12 weeks negative and then tested positive after that?!
You are being argumentative. High risk is a relative term. Look at the numbers. If your partner had HIV your risk for infection is less than 1 infection in 1000 unprotected exposures. You do not know that your partner had HIV and most women do not. Here in North America, on average, fewer than 1 in 10,000 women have HIV. Even among commercial sex workers HIV is present less than 1% of the time. Thus if there was a 1% chance that your partner had HIV, your risk for infection from a single unprotected expsoure is mathematically less than 1 in 100,000 - you have a higher chance of being struck by lightening.
There is no modern "statistiical information" about person who develop HIV after negative 12 week tests becasue this virtually never occurs. Such reports are internet fueled myths. EWH
I am so sorry if I am being argumentative, but I really need peace of mind, the last question I have and I need direct answer, can I do unprotected vaginal sex with my wife based on the information I gave.
Yes. This should have been obvious. If it is not you do not need more testing, you need to seek help addressing g your inappropriate anxiety (and perhaps guilt). EWH
I am really feel comfortable and I apologize that I am being aggressive