Welcome to the Forum. I'll be happy to comment on your questions. Even when persons have recent abrasions or active HSV lesions that come into contact with genital secretions there are NO data to suggest that there is any risk for HIV from such exposures. Your OraQuick assays serve to confirm this. You do not even know that your partner had HIV (and it is statistically unlikely that she did) and, as I said earlier there is no known risk associated with such exposures.
Further, the rash you describe sounds much more like folliculitis than the rash of recent HIV.
There is some concern that Oraquick assays may be slightly less than 100% sensitive for detection of recent HIV at 8 weeks following exposure but this decrease in sensitivity is tiny and of no consequence to you. By 10 weeks however the Oraquick should detect all recent infections. My advice is for you to believe your test results following your no risk exposure and no worry that you might have caught HIV from the exposure you have described.
In answer to your specific questions:
1. What is the reliability of oraquick oral tests 4,6,8,10 weeks post exposure?
See above. At 10 weeks results would be completely reliable.
2. What is my risk at this point of having hiv?
3. (Never saw this question after surfing the forum) what is the chance of getting hiv from mutual masturbation with fluids when herpes sores are present.? Does that change your very low risk stance?
No change in my opinion or advice- still no risk.
I hope these comments are helpful to you. EWH
Thank you doctor for your prompt and clear response!
I'm now at week 11 post exposure and I still have the rash-like pimples on my body including my neck and face(right above lip);, I also have some muscle cramps in my legs and a slight sore throat.
To be clear the pimples are like small white-heads that I pop and don't go away they stay as red bumps on my skin.
Does this change anything ?
Based on the information thus far should I check for anything else?
What do you think these "pimples" could be?
Thank you and sorry in advance for what you will probably call "anxiety based" questions.
This is further evidence that your rash is due to something other than HIV. I would not change my assessment or advice. Your test results show you do not have HIV. EWH