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i am having a wedding but.

2 months ago, I had unproected  sex with Thai prostitue in Bangkok. So I start PEP with in 40 hours. Sometime, I missed to take my dose for 20 minutes, Is that alright? Then this month, I colud contact the prostitue. She said she just test her blood and  it is negative. It has been 2 months since I had sex with her. How risk am I right now? I am so ******* paranoid. So I went to test mine also, it is about 6 weeks after finishing PEP. I waited the result for 2and half hours. The test is negative. How much can i rely on the test?

Please someone answer me. I am so paranoid because I am going to have wedding soon.
P.S. I knew my risk is low but i still want someone to convince. If i misunderstood, I will try to understand a fact.
I am really paranoid, I will definately not do that mistake again. (Actually, I was really drunk at that time. It is not excuse. I admit all  my false)
Thank to every one who answering my question
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Your risk was not low, was high. Unprotected sex is high risk.
You need to test three months after the last dose of your PEP. In the meantime, use condoms with your future wife, or tell her the truth and avoid sex until this period is over.
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Your risk was actually quite low since it is highly unlikely your partner had HIV. You were much more at risk from dying from an adverse reaction to the PEP than contracting HIV.

Your test result is also a strong indication that you were not infected. Get a final test at three months and expect another negative result.
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There is no such thing as a low risk unprotected vaginal sex.
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The partner was not confirmed HIV infected. The facts indicate the opposite was the case.

He did not qualify for PEP and was fortunate that he didn't suffer a severe adverse reaction for a risk that was no higher than 1:20000.
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HIV is not gauged by ODDS or your opinions. It's diagnosed by tests.
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Please move on. People on this forum need facts not your fiction.
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I asked that prostitue to tested 11 weeks after the exposer .The result is negative.
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Sorry to misunderstood you all.  the low risk I mean is that girl tested at 8 weeks then negative. That is my only exposer so The girl who had unprotected with me tested negative at 8 weeks after exposer. So, it is might be logic that is low risk.

So far it 11 weeks negative after exposer. and I am waiting for my 8 weeks result after me PEP.
Thank you you all for you concern and your answer
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simple solution  zero risk = safe sex ( condom)
ge urself tested after 3 months. let me tell you u are at risk
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the bottom line here is...you had unprotected sex...you started on PEP...and you must now wait for the 3 month period to test.
let us know when you get your result...there's nothing more that we can do for you here.
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