Thank you for your help. I am just really worried about this encounter...
Worried5, didn't they tell you, you didn't have a risks. Spend $15 dollars and post to the doctor He/She will tell you the same NO RISKS.Peace.
3 MONTHS THEN RETESTED AT 6 MONTHS
Does that mean that I had a risky exposure?
At 6 weeks, even the standard tests for Ab would pick up 90% of cases. At 3 months, it's like 99%+ and that's why it is used as the general guideline. You could test now and get a pretty good indication.
Try searching the threads on the HIV prevention forum. I think you'll find that kissing is considered zero risk, with an increase in "theoretical" risk because you could taste blood.
For Dr HHH's advice, post on that forum.
When I say increase in "theoretical" risk, I mean I'm not even sure whether there has been any documented cases of HIV transmission from kissing with chapped lips and being able to taste blood.
For a table on HIV transmission risks, have at this website