reassurance needed. i had heterosexual vaginal sex one time for about 10 minutes with a friend of mine. She assured me i had nothing to worry about and that she is 100% clean. however i was still worried and mad at myself and fear overcame me. so i had 4 tests. 1st test was a few days after for a baseline, then i had a test at 8, 12, and 14 weeks which all came back negative on a 3rd generation Unigold Rapid Test. I also tested negative for chlamydia and ghonorrea at 8 and 14 weeks which was all a relief, but also a bit anticipated. basically my question for everyone is if i am truly negative and can move on from this experience as a lesson learned???? at about 3.5 months or 100 days post possible exposure negative. This is the first day i have been on this and wanted to see what people had to say? i have read 3 months for a conclusive as well as 6 months. am i in the clear or what?
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