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Had unprotected sex, HIV test negative. Can in future i might get that?

i had unprotected sex with my gf before 20 months ago( jully2011) and then i had marry another girl on date 22 april2012 . my question is that i follow 17 hiv test( sd bioline/elisa/tri dot) from nov12 to march13 .my wife also test we both are non reactive . but i m very anaxious and worried .can hiv turn into positive in future plz help me
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

You are very fortunate that all your HIV test are negative.
There is no chance for you to get HIV through your past sexual encounters.
Relax and forget about the past.
No more test is necessary. If it remains nonreactive even after 6 months then there is no chance for any body to have HIV. All the tests are highly reliable.

So nothing to worry. Stick to safe sex always when you are away from your wife.
DR S.Murugan
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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