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unprotected sex in pregnancy

I had an unprotected sex in 5-month of my pregnancy, I got tested at 2, 3 and 4-month point (the 4-month testing taken 14 days after the childbirth). I am scared that pregnancy can cause delayed seroconversion, I am still experiencing symptoms like lips and tongue burning (burning mouth syndrom) and numbness in my muscles. I am definitely going to take another test after 6 months, I just need your opinion on the negative result of my tests taken up to now - do you think they are conclusive enough?
Can changes in immunity system during pregnancy also alter (i.e. prolong) the hiv window period?
Thanks for your reply.
Hana K.C.
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1)absolutely conclusive 2)absolutely NOT.
you are fine,relax and dont let the anxiety stop you from your bieng a good mummy.
dont go by symptoms.trust the tests.
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3 months post exposure is CONCLUSIVE...you dont have hiv and dont need further testing.
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