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I have had a high risk anal sex a couple yrs ago. I have had neg HIV tests, I am asking as my partner has not been tested as I has sex outside our relationship. She
Has been sick since we last had sex last June I am to scared
To touch her as I dOnt want to hurt her
She has had the following since last june

Chest infection
Rash on back said to
Be shingles
Constant stuffy nose

Do I need to get her tested, does it in rare cases take longer to seroconvert or can another auto immune disease provide a false blood test as I have pqncreatitIs, I am very concerned for her as I have anal pain and inflammation of the urethra. Can some one pls help me with this

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You do if you plan on having unprotected anal or vaginal sex with her. You know you don't have HIV and you want to stay that way.
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If I have tested negative then in theory I cannot give her HIV is that correct or do the symptoms above indicate that she has something that I gave her . Are false neg possible I have been tested 6 times all neg in last yr and had no sex since my tests I have been with my partner a long time and know she has never cheated  can u help
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If you have tested negative 3 months after your exposure and your partner has never cheated on you or had unprotected penetrative sex in the past then you are both 100% HIV negative.
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