Chances I'm HIV positive showing no signs after six years?
About six years ago I was in a sexually active relationship (my first) with a girl who claimed, after the relationship ended, that she had been tested and was clean of everything. I have a doubts as to her honesty as I know that she did cheat on me. As a result, I've worried for years as to her honesty and I finally wanted to stop worrying and decided to get tested (and the results are pending).
I'm most concerned of being HIV positive as I know that it can go undetected for years without any signs or symptoms. My decision to get tested didn't come at me seeing any signs as I've been symptom free of anything and haven't even seen a doctor in this period of time. I've not been with anyone else during this time even to the point of no kissing. My concern comes that there were probably 3-5 times that we had unprotected sex (a compromise I regret) and I can't remember if the last time we had sex was one of these situations.
Had I felt like anything was wrong with me I would have been tested immediately so testing was purely to clear my mind. So, am I really worrying over a very low chance that I'll test positive or is my worrying still understandable as there were a few times that a compromise might have lead to this result? I'd like to again point out that after our relationship ended she emailed me to let me know that she had been tested again and all was fine.