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Hello doctor!May I ask you some questions?

  I had unprotected sex on December 17, 2018.She i60 second tests a Chinese woman. I was very afraid of anxiety.
   On December 24, I took her to the clinic for a HIV test.(insti 60 second test),We are all negative.
   The second test was conducted on January 15, 2019,(A month later),using the fourth generation HIV duo test in a clinic. She was negative.
    Doctor, please! Can you tell me if the results of the two tests prove that she is not an AIDS patient?
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Duo is conclusive after 4 weeks so she doesn't have hiv so can't give it to you. It is abnormal to take more than 1 test, so next time test once at the proper time and if negative move on from hiv just like you would do with a negative for any other disease your doc tests you for.
If you can't move on, then see a therapist, because your problem is not disease.
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Thank you very much for your help.
Hello, sir: Can you tell me.... If you want to determine whether a person who just had unprotected behavior with me is infected with HIV, it's usually better to choose which type of HIV test to test.
Hello!  Sir !As you said last time:next time test once at the proper time ⋯So do I need another test?
You do NOT need another test.  You did not get HIV from this event - your test is conclusive.  Forget about this event and move on.
I meant what Curfew said so just go with that advice and move on.
When I referred to next time, I meant if you have a different encounter in future  that needs testing then you should do it at the proper time. ONCE.
Ok !thank you so much! Sir
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There are no doctors here.  This is a discussion forum for preventive measures to HIV infection.

Your test at 15 Jan with a DUO / IV Gen HIV test proves that both of you do not have HIV as it was taken at the right timeframe.  Also, for your FYI - The word ‘AIDS’ is many a times incorrectly quoted by many people including the general media.

AIDS stands for Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, and is not the same as HIV.

The term AIDS is actually used to describe a situation when an HIV positive individual's immune system has been severely weakened by the virus. These individuals are more likely to pick up other infections and diseases.

You should read about HIV and it's transmission in the FAQ section of the forum and put this behind you to move on, you are in the clear.
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Thank you very much for your help.
Hello, sir: Can you tell me.... If you want to determine whether a person who just had unprotected behavior with me is infected with HIV, it's usually better to choose which type of HIV test to test.
The duo (which you took) is best.
Thank you!!!
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