After much deliberation and thinking I decided its time for me to move on and no more tests. My doctor himself said that I needn't be tested again after my 6 week negative. I would trust him because:
(1) His registered with the country's medical board (his licensed)
(2) At my first negative test at 4 weeks, he told me its already 99% accurate and told me not to worry and just come back and test at 12 weeks. Maybe he thought I was mellow. (According to a Hong Kong Official Anonymous Aids Testing Site, They use Abbott Rapid Determine and they say that the manufacturer insert mentions 1 month as the window period. UK GUM clinic also uses a rapid test that has a window period of one month; will find the links and post asap.
(3) At my nervous 6 week negative test, I suggested to my doctor if i could take the P24 ANTIGEN test; my doctor told me that the rapid test at 6 week its conclusive for both syphilis and HIV and he said no need to test again. I remember walking out of the clinic thinking "Man I don't have to come here again and I can sleep well". FYI i slept well but the whole anxiety episode started again.
(4) At my anxiety consumed 8 week negative test, my doctor said "Its already very accurate". Dr Edward on another medical website says: 8 weeks is conclusive for high risk exposures. By high risk he meant: unprotected vaginal/anal intercourse with a known/unknown HIV+ person. (Receptive unprotected vaginal was my exposure risk). Dr HHH on the same website also said that he or his colleagues has never seen a 4,6 or 8 week negative change to positive.
(5) My exposure can be deem risky however Dr. HHH on the other website claims an exposure is only risky if the person is known to be HIV+. I asked the guy "I did it with, and he claim his clean (of course he would). Nevertheless, I still got tested. Given he said his clean (I'll assume his HIV status as unknown, my 8 week negative is conclusive)
(6) Lastly, he was in every position to ask me to come back and test till the 12 week mark as its an anonymous site(not covered by insurance) so they would profit not me. The test is $50 each time and is not cheap. However with his expertise he said at 6 week, no more testing needed.
(7) I had enough of worrying. Its not like I was practising "ignorant in bliss" and not getting tested at all. I took responsibility, did research about testing options, consulted medical professionals and I and everyone who did the same should be commended.
(8) My behaviour is not risky although my act was. I don't sleep around anyhow. I just had a one off brief unprotected episode with a male friend I've known for over a year. Nonetheless, I've learnt well from this lesson: Trust no one until ur truly in a monogamous relationship. Don't let your lonely feeling of not having a bf/gf bring you down and make yourself vulnerable to people who just prey on your feelings so they can bed you. Take time and think before you commit to any relationship.
TAKE HOME NOTE: Trust the medical professionals and always get tested if you have had a questionable exposure. Don't only test for HIV, do get tested for other major stds too such as Syphilis(risk factor for contracting HIV due to chancres), Chylamadia etc..however they are less dangerous than HIV.
God Bless all those who have helped me make it here to the point of "LET GO! AND LET LIVE". Amen!