HIV symptoms are similar to those of many other illnesses, that's why only a test can determine a person's status.
Your symptoms have NOTHING to do with HIV. You had no risk, so stop worrying.
After reading symptoms of HIV. I am sacred because after that night, approximate one week later i got flu. After three month I got rashes on my body and yesterday I saw small Bump back of ear, I went to doctor she said its lymph node but its very small. so I studied in most of the blogs that these are some of the symptoms of HIV, So i am bit worried.
we are half naked. I am sure that we dint used our private parts.
Thanks for your reply
Thanks for your suggestion. I went to the doctor yesterday about my lymph nodes. she saw and said its below 1 cm or 1. But today I am bit worried because I got little bit of cold i checked my body temperature, its shows 97.5, which is normal.
If your private parts were JUST touching, you have no risk, and you don't need to get tested.
If you PENETRATED, you need to get tested
We dint went deep into the sex. Either me or my girlfriend touched our private parts.
What do you mean by "SEMI" and "HALF" ?
If you penetrated her vagina/anus without a condom and are worried, now is a good time to get tested.
First off I'd like to suggest that read the HIV medical expert forum, this will help relieve you of your worries. I had the same worry about having unprotected sex with a male, which I've had no signs or symptoms of any kind until recently because if my anxiety... I'm pretty sure that I am causing most of them... lymph nodes are not considered to be enlarged until they each the 3cm mark, so 1cm is normal size. Some are larger than others, so only a medical professional can determine whether they are enlarged ot not. I read a lot on the hiv virus, and the one thing I found most interesting is that contracting the hiv virus through vaginal sex is very low, 1 in 1,000 to be exact. Several comments I read from the experts is that a person would actually have to continuously have sex with an infected heterosexual for months, some don't even contract the virus until about a year of exposure. Swollen lymph modes due to hiv will have a fever present and nodes will be inflamed all over your body, not painful and not isolated to one area.
Chances of you having the hiv virus is low, but i do suggest that you go get tested, as am I. Please do share your results when they come in.