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Multiple encounters need clarity on testing

Hello lovely community members. I hope you all are doing fine. I had protected sexual encounters with various CSW in last 6 months after my last HIV screening.  During these encounters I received various unprotected oral and rimming too and had one slippage encounter where my condom came off during sex and I realized it and put it back on immediately and continued.  The fact that whether my penis was inside unprotected or not is still uncertain to me. So after this slippage encounter and various other encounters as I mentioned, I got a Duo Test Done after 40 days for which the results came back negative.  Can I treat this test of mine conclusive and move on ?
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The only risks for HIV are to have unprotected vaginal or anal sex or share IV needles to inject drugs. Air and saliva inactivate the virus. ONLY the head of the penis needs covered. A condom slipping up, rimming and unprotected oral, none are risks. All include air and/or saliva. The slippage would mean the condom was still on the head of your penis. so, this is no risk. Duo at 40 days would be conclusive. You didn't need to test but you did. No risk, you don't have HIV and yes, move on
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