Since you had protected sex , You DIDN'T HAVE any risk of HIV
There was no risk for HIV in this above. If there was no any exposure prior to this, then there is no need for an HIV test.
Thank you for the answers, I would assume even if he was positive there would be no or little risk?
Doesn't matter if they were positive or not it still would not have been a risk.
Just wondering, but how accurate is the oral test at 8 weeks? I know they say it should be 13 weeks but I've read on here that 6-8 weeks is usually safe.
Also, about two weeks after I had flu-like symptoms for about two days, mainly just fever and a headache. One of my roommates had flu-like symptoms earlier that week so I'm led to believe that I just caught what he had.