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All active adults should be tested for HIV once a year.
If you are concerned, get an elisa test in 3 months since exposure.
This is very low risk.
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with protected sex, probably less than 1% of any risk
For screening, early testing is not reliable.
You can get a PCR test at 3 weeks, which is accurate , but not the gold standard that is elisa.