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Scard..pls help!!!should I get test abouthiv?

Im a male 23 yo,I had an unprotected oral by message girl,and I also performed cuni on her,I'm sure she had no vaginal discharge during all cunnilingus process,There's a little scab under my lip that's almost scabbed maybe I accidentally touched her pubic hair and it hurts for a second, no any other vagina or anal sex contacts,after I asked she infos about her hiv situation, she told me she didn't have hiv and she's studying to be a nurse,she had hiv check ever year,when after finish message I go out I started feel bad like get flu..and already 10 days I feel bit runny nose morning, flu, sore throat(it can by vape) no fever ..I'm really worried, should I get test?
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

No other event that you can think of, including the event you mentioned, puts you at risk for HIV. This is a NO RISK event.  You do not need to test for HIV.

You will not get symptoms of HIV since you were not exposed to HIV.  If you have medical concerns, see a doctor for diagnosis of your non-HIV related issues.
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Thank u so much!!I hope so,recently i started to runny nose and stuffy nose more often,I still bit worried,I have one question :there has any proved cases about hiv be transmitted by
cunnilingus ??i really can be safe?
My advice was VERY clear, and I am not going to repeat it.
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BTW,I heard that the period of HIV infection is 2 weeks to 4 weeks. Is it too early for my symptoms to appear?
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