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Hiv testing and symptoms

I had unprotected oral sex with a guy. It lasted no more than 1-2 minutes. He didn't ejaculated in my mouth. But now I have a lot of symptoms and this make me go crazy.

Negative test results:

Rapid immunochromatographic test (only antibodies) - 45 days (6 weeks)

CMIA 4th generation test (antibody/antigen p24) - 56 days (8 weeks)

Rapid immunochromatographic test (only antibodies) - 73 days (10 weeks)

EIA aka ELISA 4th generation test (antibody/antigen p24) - 79 days (11 weeks)

Rapid immunochromatographic test (only antibodies) - 102 days (14,5 weeks)

EIA aka ELISA 4th generation test (antibody/antigen p24) - 105 days (15 weeks)

Rapid immunochromatographic test (only antibodies) - 109 days (15,5 weeks)

How long does the p24 ag stay detectable? If it was no longer detectable, wouldn't antibodies be? Or both ? Is a false negative possible on the 4th gen combo after 6 weeks?

I would like to ask if it is really accurate and I can trust this test.
Do I have to get tested again?
Please help me I'm so scared. The last 2 months I'm living like at hell.
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THere is no risk from oral because saliva inactivates HIV. You wasted your time testing, so obviously you got negative results, just like you would if you tested for male pregnancy after oral.

Time to get back to your happy life.
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