Anonymous
I have had the following tests after performing fellatio with ejaculation on a male of unknown status:
3rd generation antibody at 3 and 4.5 months
Six Oraquick oral swab antibody from 4.5 to 6 months
One PCR RNA HIV test at 6 months.

All were negative. However, I continue to have the following symptoms: painful persistent generalized lymphadenopathy, recurring yeast infections, and I experienced typical ARS symptoms 4 days after exposure.
Can I trust my tests as conclusive? Is there any chance of testing positive after six months from this exposure?
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Anonymous
Hi there,

Thank you for choosing the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as your source of information.

Based on the World Health Organization guidelines HIV tests (regardless of which type) are all conclusive at 84 days or 3 months, post possible exposure.

Given that you have taken various HIV tests at 3 months (and beyond) possible exposure, the tests are conclusive and they accurately represent your HIV status. Further HIV testing would not be necessary.

In health,

Moe- AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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