take a 12 weeks conclusive test
Thanks for your reply.
I will take the test back in my country at special HIV association/organization. What makes me thoughtful is that when I visited this place last year over a similar incident the staff kept telling me that I don't had to wait 12 weeks, they claimed testing after 4 weeks is conclusive enough. This seemed strange to me, because on the other hand they seemed to be very conservative, for example they didn't want to claim that unprotected oral sex was a no risk activity which I understand many other HIV specialists claim. What are your thoughts about this.
Regarding my possible exposure. Is transmission in unprotected vaginal sex really that low that a single exposure does not imply PEP? As you probably know by now I am having troubles keeping my mind free from the growing anxiety. Is there some kind of material/source of a recent study you could point me towards regarding HIV transmission risk assessment?
first test 3- 4 weeks then confirm at 12 weeks conclusive. if your partner is negative, you must be negative with out ant doubt.
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I believe there truly must be a mistake. I have read the forum thoroughly at several occasions but this is the first time I have actually created an account.
Teak, I would really like to hear your opinion on my exposure, you tend to be more elaborative in your answers. Now at the 36 hour mark. Should I consider to seek PEP. If not, please explain.
What makes me thoughtful is that when I visited this place last year over a similar incident the staff kept telling me that I don't had to wait 12 weeks, they claimed testing after 4 weeks is conclusive enough.