You went far too much with your paranoia. Testing was not necessary, forget about re-testing. You had no risk.
Symptoms don't suggest any thing and they are never the indicator to HIV.
I don't say you're wrong calling me paranoid at the moment- but would be more relaxing if you toldsomething informative like- the typical tests on the 9th week are very accurate, or a naturally low immune system with 4500 wbc is usually strong enough to produce antibodies by 8 weeks etc.
That's my point, if you know it, why ask? Food for thought, isn't it? You problem is anxiety which would lead you to OCD, get rid of it. You are fine.
Ok, let me rephrase my question. If it were a standard antibody test, what chance does it have to show a false negative at the 9th week?
Cut it out man. You don't have HIV and you didn't need to test in the first place.
A test at 9 weeks is very reliable, probably around 97% or 98%, if not more. In your case, however, your test should be 100% reliable, as you were never at risk.
Thanks, that was appeasing.
You didn't have a risk and you don't need testing. Next time keep a hand on the condom when you withdraw.
1. You never had a risk.
2. Even if you did have a risk you tested negative at 9 weeks which means you dont have HIV. 9 week antibody tests are going to pick up almost every person that is positive.
Relax man you definitely dont have HIV.
Thanks to everyone for your support.