2. If #1 was no, then the answer to this is No.
3. If #1 and 2 are no, then you do not need, and never did need, an HIV test.
Thank you for these comforting answers. But could anxiety be the reasons for my symptoms. I'm already booked in the hospital to have HIV test, at three weeks of exposure. In normal circomstances how accurate to you consider the Elisa test after three weeks of exposure?
thank you in advance
You don't need to test, what the test will tell you is your status 3 months prior. It won't tell you anything about what you did three weeks ago.
now you're really confusing and scaring me. In many other cases you confirmed that four to six weeks period after the exposure is good enough to identify whether a person is HIV infected or not. Please give me a very clear answer, do my symptoms stated above HIV early symptoms or not, and do i need to be tested after three months or not,
You could not have gotten HIV from the exposure you described in your post. You do not need a test at all for what you describe, because there is no possibility you contracted HIV in that manner.
Jack, read what peek told you in the beginning. You didn't have a risk. So if you didn't have a risk you don't need to test. PERIOD..