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A single unprotected sex has about 3 in one thousand chance of getting HIV. A RNA test of HIV (as early as 28 days of contact) if comes negative; is good enough evidence that you do not have transmission. With no symptoms and test being negative, you should not worry,
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Incidence of transmission of HIV with a single unprotected sex is very low.
There are mainly two tests;
1) HIV protein or antigen or RNA test; this is good enough in the first 4 weeks of contact. If it is negative, that indicates that there is no transmission of HIV.
2) Antibody tests for HIV; if this is negative at 3 months of contact; that too almost ensures that transmission has not occurred.
So as you mentioned, no symptoms, test being negative; transmission is unlikely. With a single unprotected sex, transmission rate is negligible.
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