After an exposure, I generally advise testing at baseline, then at 4-6 weeks, then 3 months , then 6 months.
Your risk is likely low, if you don't even know your partner's status ( if he was negative, your risk is 0), plus you took anti-viral therapy for PEP.
If you became infected, a test at about 1 month is close to 95% accurate. By 3 months this is over 99%. So I would test in the next week or so- but still repeat it in 2 months for a confirmation.
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