This is safe sex. Having protected vaginal or anal sex even if the other person is HIV + is considered safe as the barrier of protection keeps HIV from transmitting. You are practicing safe sex with him.
ART can reduce a person’s viral load to the point where it is so low (usually under 40 copies/ml) that it cannot be detected by measurements.
This is called having an ‘undetectable viral load', this prevents the sexual transmission of HIV along with improving the health of a person living with the virus. It does not cure someone of HIV.
Though it is safe to have unprotected sex with some one with undetectable viral load but it is always advisable to practice sex with condom as this can eradicate the fear of contraction if the other person is not adhering to ART properly, giving you incorrect information about their viral load or any other unavoidable circumstances.
You also have the option of PrEP, should you want to not risk your health and enjoy unprotected sex.
Please consult with your doctor for more information, none of the information we provide here on this forum is substitute for a doctor's advice.
After my last condom protected exposure that I mentioned above;
15.th day Vidas Hiv Duo Ultra / Negative
21.th day Vidas Hiv Duo Ultra / Negative
28.th day Vidas Hiv Duo Ultra / Negative
42.th day Vidas Hiv Duo Ultra / Negative
Can I say that I am conclusive on my tests ?
Your extensive testing to a complete no risk event was uncalled for. Our point of view then and now remains unchanged - No risk. Testing was not warranted.