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fear of being infected with HIV

I have sexual relations with online sex workers not at the localization of the roadside around the 6th of August 2019 by using a condom from beginning to end, I see he plugs the condom completely covering almost my entire penis and until the end of the condom does not leak, all I do is just penetration in that too briefly without any kiss, oral or anal. it's also the first time that I've never had a risky relationship or not. now I am very scared whether I am infected with HIV, I was so afraid I could not sleep, work so I was not enthusiastic I had time to check in the hospital using an immunological test on 13 August 2019 the results were Non-Reactive, 20 August 2019 I checked with SDBIOLINE the results of non-reactive were I infected? until now I am still afraid and want to check again in the 4th week please answer, I'm very dizzy, -
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366749 tn?1544695265
Your risk never existed. In condom protected penetrative sex, risk reveals only of the condom fails during penetration. In your case, your protection did not fail, therefore you did not expose yourself to any risk.

No further testing is needed, move on with your life normally
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thank you very much diver58 for the answer that made my anxiety no longer exist, and also the answer from you based on medical research and your experience is correct ?? once again thank you very much Diver58, meaning I don't need a test in week 4
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