Welcome to our Forum. You do not need further testing for HIV related to the exposure you describe. There are no cases in which anyone has ever been proven to acquire HIV from receiving oral sex. Your tests prove the you are not the first. After 8 weeks rapid blood tests are definitive regardless of the type of exposure (including 3rd generation tests) and therefore both your 8 and your 20 week test results prove you do not have HIV.
there is no reason for further concern and no reason for further testing related to the exposure you describe. EWH
Thank you doctor for your reply, to make my concern clear and close this thinking, as i understood from your reply that the rapid hiv test do the same as standard ELISA test (accuracy) , and it is conclusive after 8 weeks from any exposure regardless the risk of the exposure such as unprotected vagaional sex...elc?
Thanks a lot
Yes, you have just repeated my answer regarding the rapid HIV blood test accurately. EWH
the last question regarding this topic, in my search i found out that some times in rarely basis the rapid HIV blood test may be got a false positive result but not a false negative result if the test done after a suficient time as you mentioned above, am correct? in other word the problem of this kind of test in the false positive only.
Thank you for your time and i promise you this is the last question.
I'll take you at your word- this will be my final answer. With two negative test results you have no reason to worry further about the possiblity of HIV from the exposure you refer to. It is past time for you to stop worrying and move forward. EWH