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Hi, I am an American Board Certified Neurologist and I am very glad to help you with your health concerns.
You are unlikely being infected with hiv. The hiv testing done even in small labs are highly reliable. You had last exposure many years ago and it sounds you are not having any hiv symptoms. You had hiv negative testing too. It looks like your wife and child too tested negative. If a child is tested negative then the child too does not have hiv for sure.
I do not see any reason for being concerned about hiv in you or your child.
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The hiv testing done in year 2009 was negative in your case and this should cover for all your previous exposures & symptoms. Since the 2009 testing came normal you are unlikely to have infected with hiv. If you are hiv positive and passed it to your wife then she will also become positive, and then only she can transfer it to the child, if mother was tested hiv negative then the child cannot get hiv for sure.
Based on all the information you have provided you and your child are unlikely having infected with hiv.