Anonymous
59 days ago, I have oral sex (only oral sex and without condom), the boy didn't ejaculate in my mouth, but I have dental bleeding. Today, I come to the hospital for HIV ag/ab combo test, the result is negative.

Through information from internet, I know that the test provides the accurate result from 4th to 6th week, but there is no information of that in 59th day (8 weeks and 3 days).

Could you please to tell me the degree of accuracy of the HIV ag/ab combo test after 59 days? Could I be safe with the result of the test?

I am very panic now!
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Anonymous
Hello There,

Thank you for posting on the AIDS Vancouver Helpline Forum.

Giving oral sex is a low risk activity meaning it presents the potential for HIV transmission because it involves an exchange of fluids. There have been a few reports attributed to this activity.

We have never seen test results change past the 6 weeks post exposure, You can trust the results you have received. It is under your own discretion to choose to take a retest at 3 months post exposure for conclusive results. Your test results at the time are a good indication of your HIV status.

Hope this helps!

Please let us know if we can provide any more information. Or if you would like to call and speak to someone at the Helpline, you can do so anonymously and confidentially by calling 604-696-4666, Monday-Friday between 10am-4pm.

All the Best,

Reeman

AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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