your post is extremely difficult to decipher ! ! ! !
THE MAIN THING I AM GETTING OUT OF YOUR POST IS THAT YOU ARE GOING AROUND HAVING UNPROTECTED SEX.
KEEP PLAYING WITH FIRE AND YOURE BOUND TO GET BURNED.
If you really were at risk for HIV here is what you do: get tested at 3 months and in the meantime avoid having unprotected intercourse. This is very irresponsible!
"Is it possible that I infect him and he reinfects me and the test that I just took 5 months post exposure from the first incident wouldn't produce antibodies to detect this is this possible. would a 5 month post exposure test from the first incident detect the antibodies??? Or do I have to wait another 12 weeks because I may have a superinfection or something. And is it possible that I could go through ars again?"
You question is indeed confusing and so is your thinking. For whatever reason, it presumes that you are already infected with HIV, yet you are concerned about infecting your partner solely(!) for the reason that you fear that you may have reinfected yourself with the strain that you already have and are experiencing ARS, etc. (do I have it right?)
All I will say is that scenario is impossible and of no practical significance- once you are infected, you will already have antibodies present that are detectable by a blood test, and you will NOT 're-experience' ARS.
And I agree that it is irresponsible for you to be having unprotected sex in this situation, but for the opposite reason- it sounds like your partner is more at risk from getting infected from you than vice versa!
Both you and your partner should get tested together so that you both know your status, that is the ONLY way to know, NOT by speculating completely ridiculous scenarios.
Is it possible for a newly exposed person to be exposed with different subtypes by different infected partners? The answer is yes.