Originally Posted by One mistake
Thanks so Much !! - Appreciate your response.
One last question - have you heard of anyone's rapid blood results changing between 7.5 weeks and 12 weeks? (i.e they were negative at 7 weeks and then came back positive at 90 days) Thanks so much again.
Buddy, this is the fourth thread you have now started about a zero risk exposure.
You were not exposed to HIV in the slightest. You have not got HIV and have absolutely no reason whatsoever to test for it, let alone worry about the validity of the tests.
Your results will not change, no matter how many times you, needlessly, test.
Your "one mistake" is allowing your over active imagination to get the better of you. Get a grip and get on with your life.
In answer to your question though. Had you actually had a risk of an HIV infection (which you categorically and unequivocally did not) would a negative result at 7.5 weeks later turn positive? I have never heard of such a thing and in your case it categorically and unequivocally will not.