Welcome to the forum.
First, you had a zero risk exposure for all practical purposes. Few Las Vegas CSWs have HIV, and you had condom protected sex. From a risk standpoint, you didn't need testing for HIV.
But having done that, you have had 100% reliable results. All the business about window period, and the need to way 6 weeks, 3 months, or whatever (6-8 weeks actually is sufficient) have to do ONLY with the HIV antibody tests. Until a few years ago, those were the only tests available. However, we now have a number of other tests -- and they remove most concerns about window period. In combination, your negative DNA/PCR test at 3 weeks and antibody test at 6 weeks are 10% conclusive proof you did not catch HIV.
1) No further tresting is necessary.
3) Symptoms do not matter. Test results always overrule symptoms, and your test results prove HIV is not the cause. And in any case, HIV doesn't cause postnasal drip.
4) It is irrelevant whether I personally have see anyone who caught HIV after a single encounter. It happens, but it's very rare. Your test results prove it didn't happen to you.
5) With current test methods, "late seroconversion" is an urban myth. It doesn't happen.
I hope this helps you get beyond your inflated concerns. For sure you do not have HIV and do not need any more testing for it.
Regards-- HHH, MD
You said, "In combination, your negative DNA/PCR test at 3 weeks and antibody test at 6 weeks are 10% conclusive proof you did not catch HIV."
Did you mean 100%?
So not only is my 6 week antibody test proof but my 10 week test would also be proof and be conclusive that I didnt contract HIV?
Yes, 100%. Sorry about the typo. Your 6 week antibody all by itself was 100% proof you weren't infected. All other test results are icing on the cake. You don't ave HIV, period. Time to move on.
Understood and thanks for your advice. I will try and move on now.
The only reason I brought up this question is because in the first place is because while the CSW and I were having vaginal she thought that I had orgasmed and to this day I cant figure out if I had. I didnt feel like I did but I was a little intoxicated. She asked me if I had an orgasm and looked at the condom and it looked like sperm was in the reservoir but I couldn't figure out if I had. This scares me because I started thinking that maybe her genital secretions someone made their way into the condom through the ring since I wasnt as erect as I usually get.
Does this change your assessment? I understand that test overrule any symptoms and worry but I figured I would ask anyway. Thank you so much for your patience with me.
"I understand that test overrule any symptoms and worry": Correct. And my patience does not extend to repeating the same answers in different words. This thread is over.