What exactly was your risk?
Alright, thanks for the info. Your testing time frames are a little strange. But none the less, All tests are conclusive at the 3 month mark (90 days). You had a true risk with unprotected anal sex. However, a one time exposure is still low in terms of how often it ends up transmitting HIV, less than 2 percent of the time. But none the less, that constitutes a risk and you were wise to test.
The RNA test may have been a bit early to mean much with day 10 being the earliest they are read. Day 28 for a 4th generation duo test is about the first time it is considered conclusive. And all other tests are conclusive at 3 months. You've now gotten to the 3 month mark and tested negative so would rest easy that you did not acquire HIV.
You have conclusively tested negative. You dont need to test any more.