Then you can, like everyone who worries on this list and gets that 12 week test (well, almost everyone since there are still those who have trouble believing their test results), put your fears behind you and go about your business.
The cysts are not related to HIV. They cleared up with antibiotics. Thus, they were bacteria infections, not viral in nature.
Oral sex carries an EXTREMELY low risk of HIV transmission. Think along the lines of an estimated risk of .5 to 1 per 10,000 exposures with a source KNOWN to carry the virus.
Your risk would be less since you do not know the status of this person. You are only guessing that she must have HIV because she is a hooker.
As we say on this list "testing beats symptoms each time". If you remain concerned over these very, very small risk, then take your test and stop focusing on what you think are symptoms that must mean you are HIV positive. Your test will show your negative status.
Look; if you are going to be so worried about HIV from these non-exposures and torture yourself so much it would be a good idea not to engage in any type of sexual contact with others unless they can show you adequate proof that they have gone through testing and been shown to be HIV negative.
It doesn't seem worth it to have a short term experience of sexual pleasure and then worry so much for days and weeks on end that such pleasure may have left you infected.
Testing beats symptoms each and every time. Your tests have come back negative each time.
Your antibodies are not delayed.
You don't need a blood test. You can, of course, request one (sometimes health departments do these). The results will be the same as oral testing but perhaps getting one will finally put all your fears to rest.
Handjobs do not transmit HIV. The only sexual fluids present with a handjob are yours.
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