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Conclusive?

Question: 

Hi, on last year november and this year march(cant remember) i went to the massage parlour and all were unprotective blowjob and sucking her breast(which i cant remember if she was lactating). So i did several test which include hiv combo test on june and pcr rna rest also on june and the test was negative. So on the first july i did a antibody test(hiv ag ab) and also negative. So i did 3 test on june and july which was negative. Is it conclusive? Or should i redo the test? I just found your website. My friend said 3 month is conclusive. Sorry for my bad english. Thank you for replying

Answer: 

Hello,

Thank you for choosing the AIDS Vancouver Online Helpline as your source of HIV/AIDS related questions and information.

Receiving oral sex is considered a negligible risk for HIV transmission. This means that there has never been a reported case of HIV transmission occurring this way.
Taking breast milk into the mouth is also considered a negligible risk.

HIV tests are considered conclusive 3 months post-exposure. Since your last exposure was in March and you tested negative in June and July, these tests are at 3 and 4 months post exposure. Your results are therefore considered conclusive and you can be confident in your HIV negative status.

Please do not hesitate to contact us again with any further questions.

In health,
Erin