I would say that you are fine.
The 4th generation HIV test we use in BC Canada checks for both HIV-1 and HIV-2. This test is 95% accurate by 6 weeks and would give you a final result by 3 months. Given that you have had 9 tests and your negative test happened 26 weeks after your last exposure I would say that you have nothing to worry about.
I know sometimes it can be hard to believe that you had a negative result but it is never 100% chance that HIV will pass when you have sex. It can sometimes also be hard to believe the result when you have come so close to danger and then avoided something. Sometimes it is helpful to have counselling to work through your feelings of being “scared”. Let us know if you would like assistance with finding a counsellor in your area.
The best person to ask would also be the health provider who did the test for you. They are the best one’s who can tell you if any further testing is required.
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