Roughly eight months ago while at a massage parlor, I received roughly 30 seconds (maybe less) of unprotected oral sex from a white female working at a massage parlor. I immediately stopped the act and subsequently left.
Over the six months (26 weeks that followed) I have had the following testing done:
20 Days: PCR DNA Test, HIV 1/2 Antibody Test, Rapid Hiv Test - All Negative
6 Weeks: HIV 1/2 Antibody Test, Rapid Test - Both Negative
13 Weeks: HIV 1/2 Antibody Test, Rapid Test - Both Negative
18 Weeks: Rapid Test: Negative
22 Weeks: Rapid Test: Negative
26 Weeks (six month) Rapid Test - Negative
(essentially after the 13 week Labcorp testing, I have had 6 Rapid Tests out to six months that were negative)
At this point can I safely rule out the possibility of HIV? I ask you because we received amazing news that my wife is pregnant, and I have heard that HIV Testing is done at some point during the pregnancy and often times women get a false positive. Based on how stressful my last six+ months have been, a positive test from her will be bring back all the anxiety around this horrendous lapse in judgment and the potential for HIV.
From doing some research on the site, I have read that the risk was minimal to begin with, and that testing outrules symptoms - and that the combination of my PCR and Antibody testing would be considered conclusive. It is worthy of mention that I was diagnosed with low IGA, but IGG and IGM were completely normal - would this low IGA results impact the conclusivity of my testing?
Thank you Doctors - I just want to put this behind me....