I had an exposure with a hookup who I was later informed on Grindr to be hiv positive.
The "exposure" was receptive oral sex with ejaculation.
Normally, I wouldn't be worried, but this person isn't on meds and claims to be hiv negative, and thus, if positive, likely has a high viral load.
And I have an abnormally large tonsil crypt that was bloody and infected 2 weeks before. But wasn't bloody, but still present, when I did the oral.
I got on PEP 4 hours after exposure, and was keeping calm until a rash began appearing as early as day 3, first on my wrist, then my shoulders, by day 10 my shoulders were covered in little red bumps. Measles-like. Red. Symetrical. Non-itchy. Malocopapular.
No other symptoms except back and shoulder aches, possible spleen swelling.
I tested negative at baseline, negative at day 9 on antigen antibody (too early), and from an RNA test at day 9. But I don't know if this result is accurate because the Tivicay and truvada could render my viral load undetectable.
Could this rash be from the Tivicay?
Would a rash starting 3 to 10 days after exposure be too early for ARS?
Is the absence of fever and "flu" symptoms reassuring?
Is my tonsilar crypt a factor in making this oral Sex much riskier than normal?