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Oraquick conclusive at 13 weeks (93 days)

Thank you for maintaining this wonderful forum for many worried souls!

My had the following exposures during my Aug-Sept trip to Southeast Asia:

* Sex with a CSW, protected intercourse. When I withdrew the condom slipped out.  I don't know how long it slipped out, but I saw the ring still hang outside her vagina.  I checked the condom, all my cums are inside the condom tho.
* protected oral & intercourse (From experts, no risk)
* unprotected oral, protected intercourse
* unprotected Cunnilingus (me on her), protected intercourse
* unprotected oral, protected intercourse

My tests from last exposure:
* ELISA 3rd Gen blood test from Kaiser - week 1, 5, 7 (x2 on the same day, morning & afternoon) - All Negative
* A lot of Oraquick Swab (I lost count) Week 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 91 days, 92 days, 93 days

Please help me:
1) assess my risks?
2) With all my blood tests (latest at 7 week) and all my Oraquick swabs, can I consider it conclusive?
3) Can Oraquick swab to be used for conclusive after 3 months as I read so many mixed review about its accuracy?

Thanks so much for your help!!!
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1508374 tn?1380808510
You didn't have a risk to begin with.
HIV can be transmitted via unprotected vaginal or/and anal penetration, sharing IV works in drugs and from mother to child
Take care
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