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    Should I get retested for HIV?
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    LouisMay posted:
    Hi,
    A few months ago I had oral sex with a few guys with unknown status. There was never any ejaculation in my mouth. I was concerned about my HIV status so I went to a doctor to get tested. The doctor gave me the INSTI test but told me that the test was only conclusive after 12 weeks. At the time I believed it was about 12 weeks after potential exposure, but after I took the test I went through some old text messages and discovered that it may have been done 10 weeks post exposure.

    My question is should I get retested and what are my chances of contracting HIV with oral sex and no ejaculation.

    Thanks.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Your concern has been answered over on the HIV forum.

    Gail
     
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