I think I checked the 'negative' box on that one. Recently it occurred to me that, at the risk of sounding pedantic, there could be some value in profiles etc saying: 'the last time I was tested for HIV I was told I am negative (or positive)". I actually do believe that I'm HIV negative. But saying categorically that I am negative may give me and anyone reading that information a false sense of security. After all, the test could have been wrong. Maybe I had very lated seroconversion, etc. Or I could have picked up something since I was tested. I've had only one partner since I was tested and my bf believes he's negative too, but could his test have been wrong or might he have strayed at some point. (I honestly doubt that, but it's not unheard of.)
My point is that we would all do well to remember - without becoming paralyzed with paranoia - that, like many things, HIV is a risk you manage, not something you can rule out categorically - unless you abstain completely from sex with others (and never have an injection, dental work, etc, etc).