You and the other person are two who had an unquantifiable risk so a statistician would not be comfortable providing % for any of your questions. Symptoms are not used to diagnose for numerous reasons chiefly because they prove nothing.
Just take the 4th gen test at 28 days for a conclusive result is what I would do. Or get her to test at 28 from her previous last before she met you, if that is possible.
Still haven't had my question about the RNA test accuracy at 6-7 days answered It is 100 copies per ml the test i'd have. Also didn't have an answer regarding experiencing symptoms at 5 days post exposure being possible ever?
Another question i have is that IF i have a rash (one of the people that gets ars symptoms) can it ever be a MILD rash or is it usually fairly noticeable? Like ever just something very faded and not that serious? Lastly, i've read that although RARELY people do not have a fever with ARS IF they get ars they 80% of the time or more DO have a fever, correct?
Your asking questions about syptoms, which anxious stated isn't used to diagonis the virus, and that's why there's no answers to them.
The question is "CAN i get HIV ARS symptoms 5-6 days after exposure. The answer to that would be YES or NO." Period. Can i get a rash that early or not? Does it usually have a fever?
Please consult your doctor. Symptoms are not used to diagnose HIV whether it is 5-6 days or 5 -6 weeks. A properly timed test is what will determine HIV status. We wish you the best.