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My problems started around 4 months back.
I met a guy and one thing led to another.
He GAVE me oral sex which was rough. And unprotected.
Then I tried inserting(Protected).but failed.
After this I'm very scared.
I asked that guy 3 times and he says he's negative.
I tested on the 98th day post exposure HIV Elisa- negative
And again on 118TH DAY HIV-TRIdot -non reactive
Also tested for HEP B$C and herpes Both negative

Iam from a developing nation . Just wanted to ask
1. are these tests accurate?reliable and conclusive?
2. AM I HIV negative?
3. Do I need to retest?
Please reply.
Thank you.

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replied December 18th, 2017
HIV and AIDS Answer A62794
Welcome to e health forum.

The risk of having HIV for a male after recieving oral sex , is very low.

Hence if the test result after 12 weeks is negative as explained in your history, you would have nothing to worry about.

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