9 weeks ago, I had a hand job by a sex worker of completely unknown HIV/IDU status who squirted a few mLs of breast secretions (milk?) directly onto my penis. This was my only risk factor. The next day, I had a sore throat which persisted for 20 days. It did not change in character over the time period. About 10 days after the episode, my appetite was severly reduced, mostly in the morning. I would wake up with a lot of anxiety about HIV and if I did manage to eat, I would vomit a few minutes after eating. No N/V at other times. This occured a few times, only in the morning.By evening, I would be able to eat, but little due to anxiety. These symptoms only persisted 3 weeks and went away.Also, 2 days post incident, I had an episode of loose stools. Also, for the duration of my GI sx, my stools were slightly smaller in diameter. As to fever, I only measured it a few times, but the highest I recorded was 99.6 in the afternoon; I cannot rule out that fever did not occur. About 4 weeks after the episode, while going to sleep 24 hours after drinking, I woke up drenched in sweat. This was the only time this occured. I don't know if I had rash, but I noticed one or two splotchy red areas on my chest a few mm in diameter. I do not know if they're related to ARS or from irritation from my shirts. I also had some tingle sensations in my right toe and thumb about 4-5 weeks after exposure. Not sure if it was from wearing tight watch or shoes. Now I am feeling some lymph nodes in my neck, more prominently in the left side. They are fairly small, about 0.25 cm; I cannot say with certainty whether or not they are new. I cannot feel any nodes in my axilla or other areas. Two weeks after the incident, I had a home access test which was negative.
Anyhow, to my questions:
1. Did getting breast secretions squirted onto my penis in such copious amounts place me at risk for aqcuiring HIV?
2. Are there any confirmed cases of HIV transmission via the route I described?
3. Considering the fact that home access uses a second generation elisa, how much credence can I put into the negative result at 2 weeks? In other words, how many people would test positive at 2 weeks, and thus, how likely is it that I am not truly infected?
4. Are the symptoms I described consistant with ARS, anxiety, or some other coincidental infection.
5. In light of the information I mentioned, would further testing be warranted in my case?
Many thanks in advance,