Welcome to the forum.
As you heard on the community forum, official advice from test manufacturers and most public health agencies is that the results of HIV antibody testing are not completely reliable until 3 months after exposure. However, the available data indicate that in fact such tests are virtually 100% reliable much earlier than that, probably around 6-8 weeks. The reason for the persisting 3 month advice is regulatory in nature, not scientific.
Second, an HIV RNA test at 10-11 days is almost 100% reliable all by itself. Such a test is a keystone of testing all donated blood, and central to the absence of transfusion-related HIV in the United States at the present time -- a testament to how accurate the test is.
Third, for those reasons, combinations of test results are even more secure. Your combination of a negative RNA test at 10 days and negative antibody test at 5 weeks amounts to 100% proof you weren't infected. The need for waiting for 3 months for definitive testing strictly applies only whe only antibody testing is done.
Therefore, you don't need any more testing. At a personal level, if I somehow found myself in your circumstance, I would have no other tests and I would be continuing unprotected sex with my wife with no fear of ifnecting her. Of course you are free to be tested again if you would feel better adhering to the official advice for another antibody test at 3 months. But truly there is no need.
For more discussion of these issues, see the thread linked below:
Best wishes-- HHH, MD