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confused about 6 months hiv negative test

hi all ,
i had unprotected insertive vaginal sex with a girl of unknown hiv status (ejaculated inside) ... then i took hiv tests at a hospital in china at 3.5 months and result was negative the person who did the test told me to retest after 3 months .....which will become 6.5 months ... but i took tests again at 5.5 months and 6 months and the hiv tests results are negative ... i am just worried as the person said to repeat after three months which will be 6.5 months but i took at 6 months .. so are my hiv tests conclusive? the antibody hiv tests they used are colloidal gold method ..... i dont know this method.... but i did these 3 tests at the same hospital in china...... so can i move on now? or retest again????..please please answer me i cant eat sleep , i am too much stressed
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Hey Jim, your test at 3 months was 99.9% certain! Your one at 6 100%! Seriously mate. Stop worrying now! Move on! You don't have HIV!
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and addition to hiv test i took hcv test after more than 6 months and it is also negative ...... the only thing i am concerned about is the person who did test said retest after 3 months which will become 6.5 months but i did at 6 months... is it 100 percent conclusive? and 2nd concern is type of  hiv antibody test ... the method they used was colloidal gold method... does type of hiv antibody test at 6 months? or 6 months is 100 percent conclusive for all hiv tests?.. please reply soon
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If you speak to an gum clinic they advise 3 months is all that is needed. 6 months is definately! You don't need one at 6.5!
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but there is no gum clinic here... i live in china ...... so no need to test anymore? can i move on with confident?
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Yes yes yes you can!
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thank you barney..... thank you sooooooooo much ...
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