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HIV test after Chemo

I been exposed to vaginal fluid using my finger that has fresh small cut. I was at my last 2  chemo treatments once very 2weeks. the chemo was ABVD for stage 3 Hodgkin's lymphoma. So I took oraquick antibody tests at 4 weeks right after completed last chemo 1month after initial exposure, and at 8 weeks ( 2 months from initial exposure which is 1 month after completing chemo ).  and both were negative.  My WBC count was always at normal level before I start each chemo treatment due to the WBC stimulater shot I took every 2 weeks. Should I consider my results accurate OR do I need further testing up to 6 months. Please Advice.  
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You never had an exposure.
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Thanks for fast respond !!
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