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Possible HIV Risk ? having Symptoms... Help

First of all thanks for your time and your help and pardon my english is not my native lenguage

I have had  2 risk situations since October;

First one was an encounter with a CSW  i was using comdon during the intercourse but in the middle of the act i feel a little pop indicating a break on the comdon i imediatly stop the act and retired the comdon (maybe 10 to 15 seconds in exposed intercourse) that was 6 weeks ago, i have take a blood drawn HIV1 /HIV2 antibody test and was non-reactive at 6 weeks.

Second risk situation was a cunnulingus with a CSW 3 weeks ago, there was a considerable amount of vaginal fluids present i licked her clit and also intruce my toungue in her vagina.

Recently i have been with a lot of Headche also im having several mouth ulcers that are driving me crazy, with the 6 weeks result i have a little peace of mind because the result with almost never change due to 3 months so im almost certain im not infected from the first situation, but because of the symptoms i am thinking i may have get infected from the oral sex.

-so i ask you, do you think the oral sex situation was a real risk for me ?
-maybe this symptoms i'm having are sings of a acute infection ?
-what do you think based on your expertise about the 6 week test results i just get ?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.

So, the cunnilingus was not a risk to you at all.

The condom break was a small risk, and it is good that you have tested negative for HIV at 6 weeks.  This is a good sign.  If the test was an antibody-only test, you will need to test again at 12 weeks, just to be certain.
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