I was in a relationship with someone that lasted about 4 months. We would have sex regularly with him putting on a condom right before he came. I am female btw. I know that is still considered unprotected sex so I got tested 5 months afeter we broke up and 6 months and both tests were negative. I am now wanting to move on with someonelse who I know is negative but I am still scared that my test isn't conclusive enough. Should I have another test at 6 months or do I move on? And even though I know you test from the last exposure not the first, can I take into account those first four months? If that makes any sense??? I also had thyroid cancer 7 years ago and had radiation, does that make me immune supressed? Thank you in advance!
Your negative HIV-antibody test at five and six months after your last possible exposure are definitive and conclusive. HIV is not your problem. No way. No how. No additional HIV testing is warranted.
I'm not sure what you're asking about concerning taking into account the first four months. The HIV test three months or longer from your last potential HIV exposure is really the only test that matters, no matter how many exposures you may have had during the previous four months.
Thyroid cancer and radiation therapy seven years ago would not affect HIV-antibody tests performed now.