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Doctor i have a protected sex on 31 march 2010 with a call girl,but i was drunk so i am in a doubt whether my condom was break or not.I get tested myself thrice on 4th day p24 antigen test,39th day rapid HIV test and PCR DNA DETECTOR test on 42th day all my results were negative and all were from reputed labs PCR from SRL RANBAXY and i have also taken rapid HIV test of that girl  5th day after possible exposure, she was also negative. But the question was she might be in a window period .Now i just want to ask you whether i test myself once again or can i move on.

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3 months post exposure final result
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You never had a risk. Had the condom failed you would have known.
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can you suggest me which test after 3 months. hiv duo or elisa to get my final result
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