Hi, and thanks for a great and informational forum. I had a exposure risk nine months ago...one time, and my partner claimed they were HIV negative. It was anonymous and unprotected, however. After several months of waiting, and processing what I thought were symptoms, I was tested (eight months and 2 weeks after the exposure risk...so well beyond the window period). It was an oral test, the quick response kind. The results were negative. However, at the time, I was taking cipro for an intestinal infection, and flonase (corticosteroid inhalant) for a sinus infection. Also, I regularly take glucophage and lisinopril for diabetes type 2. I have been concerned that perhaps those medications may have caused a false negative. Can I rely on the results of that oral test, or should I be retested? My anxiety on this approaches unbearable. Again, thanks for your help.