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Unprotected anal sex, dry cough, tested negative on rapid antibody test. Test again?

Hi, i'm 20 years old(male)and i have unprotected anal sex(bottoming) on 4th March of 2013 and i have tested negative on 28th September 2013 on rapid antibody test and it came back negative and again on 8th october i tested Elisa hiv and it was again negative..My value was 0.007 ...as i'm in a high risk exposure i'm still having a thought of getting infected by hiv or i was overreacting i don't know..and also i have a dry cough which lasted nearly one month.my doctor said it was allergy..but i'm still worried pliz help me? Should i test again or??
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Hello,
If the HIV test comes negative after 6 months of exposure,then This is the most confirmatory test suggesting that HIV is absent.There is no reason for any stress or anxiety on this issue now and Thete is no need to get any repeat test done.
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