"If I contracted HIV like a year or two ago would it not pick up on the Oraquick test?"
Of course it would.
Your biggest risk is now getting drunk and going out and having unprotected sexual contact with strangers (I'm assuming these are strangers) whose status is unknown to you.
However, since this only involves oral sex which carries an unbelievably low risk of HIV transmission even if these partners are infected, you're likely in more danger from getting drunk (and perhaps doing these things with unknown partners while "in the cups" so to speak) than becoming infected.
Look; if these are strangers you are having contact with while drunk, stop this nonsense, get some counseling and hopefully you won't find yourself beat up or dead over all of this business.
As for the HIV risk from the oral sex; you've been told the statistics. It's highly, highly unlikely that any physician or clinic would suggest PEP from these events.
No, besides the fact that an abnormal pap smear certainly does not guarantee cervical cancer (it can be something as simple as a cervical infection causing this) even having cervical cancer would NOT change the accuracy of your HIV screening tests.
People get cold symptoms, sore throats, sneezing, coughing, body aches this time of year. All of these things are more prevalent in the winter months. They have nothing to do with HIV.
As has been written here many times, testing beats symptoms each and every time...and all your tests have clearly indicated a negative HIV status.
You are "not one of those people who do not create antibodies to the virus".
15 weeks later you are not in the process of seroconverting because you do not have the virus.
You are HIV negative. Your tests have clearly shown this.
What you do have is terrible anxiety that likely requires some serious therapy; far more therapy that anything WebMD can provide you. Have you discussed getting a referral for such from your physician?