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Hi please answer my question!thanks
32 days ECLIA ag/ab tested negative
My exposure was peck kiss on lips and I inserted my finger into her bra to touch a bar girl's nipple..been worried for HIV since the next day of exposure..
My questions are:
1) Which generation is the test I mentioned above?? Is it 4th gen?
2) Can this test be considered conclusive?
3) Now its 48 days since the exposure do i need to get tested again?? The anxiety is killing me..and i had some of the symptoms..
Thank you so much for the replies...
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3191940 tn?1447268717
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You aren't having HIV symptoms, because your risk did not exist at all - you had ZERO risk for HIV.  It is not possible that you have HIV, and your test was a waste of time.

The only sexual risk is having unprotected, penetrative anal or vaginal sex.  You will never get HIV from kissing or touching someone anywhere on their body.  There is no detail you could add that would make this event a risk for HIV - do you NOT have HIV.
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Thanks for the reply..one last question is the test mentioned a 4th gen test??if it is, i will just move on from this incident..
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Touching someone is never a risk for HIV. The only way you would be at risk is if you had unprotected anal or vaginal sex or if you shared drug needles with an infected user. Any HIV tests would be a waste of your time and money given your NO RISK scenario.
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Thanks for the reply..one last question is the test mentioned a 4th gen test??if it is, i will just move on from this incident..
It is unscientific to test for a disease you can't have. You might as well test to see if she made you pregnant.
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