Protected vaginal and anal sex = no risk. Remember that even without a condom, and even if the CSW had HIV, the risk you caught HIV was only 1 per 2,000 episodes of vaginal sex and 1 per 500 or so for anal sex. And the odds are she didn't have HIV anyway. And nobody has ever been known to catch HIV by performing oral sex on a woman. And your symptoms are typical for a strep throat or viral infection, and are not typical of ARS. Had you been my patient, I would not have done a PCR for HIV, and the negative result at 6 days doesn't mean anything; it often takes longer than that to become positive. Still, there is almost no chance you have HIV. To the specific questions:
1) No, you should not be concerned or worried. Your doc and I agree you have a garden variety respiratory infection, nothing more.
2) Do not have any more PCR tests. The odds of a falsely positive result are much higher than the chance you caught HIV. Think what you'll go through if you have a positive result, while you then wait another 7-10 days for confirmatory testing to show you don't have HIV after all. There is no need to wait 3 months; a standard antibody test at 6 weeks is all you need. (Read innumerable threads on this forum about time to reliable antibody test results. It is almost never necessary to wait 3 months.)
It sounds like you have a competent doctor. Follow his advice. Don't worry about HIV; there is almost no chance you ahve it. From a risk assessment or medical perspective, you don't even need testing for it. The only reason for testing is for anxiety relief when the results are negative.
Good luck-- HHH, MD
The correct name is Avelox. That information doesn't change my opinion or advice.
Correction: antibiotic that I was given was Avolex. Doctor suspected some type of respitorary infection (due to white spots). Thanks again.