Also failed to mention I think I’m dealing with acid reflux as I have this feeling like I have to throw up constantly but I don’t the doctor said acid reflux wouldn’t cause the other symptoms
Your timeline is somewhat confusing. First, the oral sex didn't put you at risk for HIV, so you can rule out the cause of your symptoms as being related to that event. Also, a few days (4?) is not even close to enough to have symptoms develop even IF you were at risk, which you weren't. They would never appear that soon.
Let's simplify this - you got tested in April. What event(s) prompted you to test, and when was your last risk event - prior to the non-risk event a few days ago?
Also, your partner would have had a great deal of difficulty removing the condom if it had broken in June. You almost certainly would have known.
Symptoms, or lack thereof, are never used to indicate an HIV infection.
I know it’s never a good idea to rely on symptoms but I did have a couple of questions I know they say hiv seroconversion can present as flu like does that mean it literally mimics the flu body aches...fever...stuffy nose..congestion...etc? Would it cause widespread itching or minor itching with or without visible rash? Just curious thank you