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Broken Condom and Duo Test

Hello guys,
First of all, excuse me for my English as I am not a native speaker.

I am male.I had sex with a chinese sex worker on 26th Nov. We had oral sex(I am the reciver) and vaginal sex with condom.
But i find the condom broken at the end.It's been 7 days since my exposure,i have fever about 100F-101F for 3 days.
i check with doctor,doctor examined the blood,and saying that it is a bacterial infection.
i did duo test after 2weeks, 4weeks and 6weeks, the results are negative.
i test STP,the resule is negative.
So could you please answer my following questions:
1. what's the risk i would get HIV?
2. do my sill need to test more?

Thank you very much!
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You were wise to get duo tests -- at this point with 3 negatives, you have no need for further testing and conclusive.

Be well
11674388 tn?1436937846
Your duo tedt shows that you are free from HIV. No need of further tests
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Could you give me some suggest! I am very anxious!
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6 weeks test is unlikely to change, but the 4 week DUO test is conclusive. You are negative.
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Thanks for your kindly help.
480448 tn?1426948538
You never needed to take multiple tests.  The DUO is conclusive at 4 weeks.  You're negative.
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Thanks for your information. i'm relax now!
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