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HIV ELISA TEST 22 DAYS, 29 DAYS. HIV DUO AB/AG TEST 39 DAYS NEGATIVE

I had an oral exposure, where I performed oral sex to a female Thai spa worker in India for few seconds with minor gum infection without any cut or bleeding 54 days before. I have no Seroconversion symptoms yet. I was tested with ELISA antibodies negative at 22 days, repeated ELISA Antibodies negative at 29 days and for further anxiety I repeated 39 days HIV DUO antigen and antibody CMIA test which was also negative.  Do I need to repeat any test ? Am I out of danger totally and confirmed negative?
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366749 tn?1544695265
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Trust your 29 days Duo test, it is conclusive
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39 days Duo*
Thank You Sir. Duo even after 28 days is equally conclusive?
20620809 tn?1504362969
The type of test you took is conclusive at 28 days and beyond so as Diver58 said, your 39 day test was conclusive so should be trusted.

Beyond that even, you never had a risk for HIV in the first place.  Giving oral sex to someone is not a method in which people get HIV.  Saliva has enzymes in it that breaks down the virus and air also inactivates it.  The only risks for adults is unprotected, penetrating vaginal or anal intercourse or sharing of IV drug needles.

So, you have no worries about HIV from your exposure.
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Thank You, such responses are really relaxing me. But I had a minor gum infection when I performed oral sex. That made me so paranoid. Duo after 28 days like mine was at 39 days is also equally conclusive.
188761 tn?1584567620
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You did not have a risk,  you did not need to test.  It does not matter even if you had bad oral condition,  saliva has proteins that inhibits the virus.  
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