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Oral sex

Hello, I received unprotected oral sex and I tested for HIV 5 weeks post exposure and for std's, I tested 8 weeks post exposure. All tests are negative. Was my "exposure" a high risk? Was I at risk? Should I test for HIV again? I am so worried. Please help!
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You never had an exposure and didn't need testing for HIV.
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So you don't think I need to test again? I have been filled with fear and anxiety about this. I feel as though I'm doomed every sexual act even though I protect myself as much as possible.
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No further testing is required and no further need to worry about this.Nothing you engaged in ever placed you at risk of HIV infection.
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