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Oral sex as such has no chance of spreading HIV, especialy when performed on a female. Since they don't have any active discharge, it is unlikely that HIV can be spread through such an act.
Since you used condom each time, again the chances of getting HIV has been nullified.
You already got 2 tests done, and i feel that is adequate and you do not need more testing.
p24 especially is found right after the virus enters the body, and hence it will be detected in the earliest stages. If it is negative at the end of 38 days, there is no further cause of concern.
Hope i adressed your query,
Patient replied :
I also took the RNA qualiitive test 23 days after my last possible exposure how accurate is that test? How accurate are the tests I took for my encounters from June, July and August? I am married I want to make sure I am good so no more tests are needed?
Both the RNA tests and the p24 antigen tests that you took are extremely accurate close to 99 %
They are also the first indicators of HIV in a affected patient.
So these are accurate.
You have nothing to worry about.
Let me know if i can help you further,