8744261 tn?1399620500

need advice from experts on condom broke.

first thanks in advance ,
this is my exposure, 26 days ago i had an risky encouter with a street prostitue in india. had intercourse for more than 10 minutes , her's so dry and i was wearing condom , after 14 minutes i changed the position , i was top and she was down , while inserting i felt something different and i suddenly pushed mine out and saw the condom got broke and mine fully exposed to hers , so the time mine was exposed is 0to4 seconds , i rushed to restroom and washed with water and pee.. here my doubts,
1.according to my knowledge im exposed to 4 seconds , but is it possible for the condom to break earlier itself coz of the dryness ? and completely tore coz i keep continued? or im just exposed only 4 seconds after the condom broke?
2.  i knw the PCR DNA IS NOT approved ,any way i took it at 16th day and got negative result
3. the status of the csw is negative , i took her to a lab and took a 3rd gen elisa,

HERE IS THE SYMPTOMS IM EXPERIENCING : NECK SPRAIN AND SHOULDER PAIN , AND A PAIN IN LEG .noting else . is this ars? ...sorry for the long post , i need advice , it will be helpful and make me feel relax. thank you.
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  In an adult, a positive HIV antibody test result means that the person is infected, a person with a negative or inconclusive result may be in the “window for 4 to 6 weeks but occasionally up to 3 months after HIV exposure. Persons at high risk who initially test negative should be retested 3 months after exposure to confirm results
8744261 tn?1399620500
my final question , muscle ache alone ..ars symptom?
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Ignore the inconsiderate troll.
8744261 tn?1399620500
ok teak thankyou .
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