Your HIV test result proves you didn't catch HIV 3 months earlier. All the rest of the information you provide makes no difference. Test results always outweigh symptoms and other forms of risk assessment. Whether or not your partner had HIV, and regardless of how high risk she might have been, the test result proves you weren't infected. Same for symptoms, which don't sound muck like HIV anyway. The WBC counts also don't matter, but they are normal.
You cannot self-diagnose neuropathy, and I doubt that is the cause of the symptoms you describe below. If you remain concerned about that or your other symptoms, see a health care provider about them. But please put HIV out of your thinking. You don't have it and do not need further testing.
Best wishes-- HHH, MD
Forgot to mention I also have to this day neuropathy in fingers and toes, especially active at night when I wake up with a numb arm and hand.