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Truvada and seroconversion

Dear doctor, my question is as follows: I had an unprotected oral sex, with a small sore on my penis. Right at the day of the exposure I took one pill of truvada as a post-prophylaxis therapy. 1 pill and not more. After 6 weeks I have negative 4-th generation test. But is there a possibility that I have a much longer seroconversion period because it this one pill of truvada? Does it have impact on results or just one pill does not make a difference?
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You can not seroconvert to positive since you did not have a risk. It doesn't matter whether you had a sore on your penis,  saliva contains proteins that inhibits the virus.

Even if your partner was HIV positive,  Oral sex is not a risk. Getting a blow job wouldn't give you HIV, it never has, not in the history of HIV transmission. PEP was not needed.  Not sure who gave you PEP for oral sex,  it is PEP not Antacid!
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Theretically, is there a possibility to postpone antibodys and antigens producing by just one pill on PEP?
Thanks for your respond!
You can not seroconvert to positive since you did not have a risk.  Your question is illogical and because you have no medical training, then no one is going to discus your science fiction theory.
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Seroconversion only happens to people who were exposed and then infected with HIV. You were neither exposed nor infected so it is totally irrelevant to your situation.
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