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i had unprotected oral sex 10 weeks ago and 2 days after that start having tingling feeling all over my body ,i went to doctor and got test for stds and hiv and all came back negtive and got test for hiv at 7 weeks again and it was negtive (antibody test )since that time i having cold on and off and also having sore neck for like a month
1)cant hiv  show up symptom at 10 week?
2)why should i get test again cuz my doctor said that most people (99%)show postive result after 4 to 6 weeks?who are those people that take there body 3 to 6 month to show postive ?
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Hi Sam740

You didnt have a risk. Even in discrdant couples where one is positive and the other negative, no ifections have taken lace in the studies where oral sex was the only risk factor.
Your doc is right, my doctor told me the only people who have a chance of testing positive post 12 weeks are people who have taken PEP, even then it is rare and only been a few cases been reported worldwide. You didnt need testing, you are fine. All the best
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