First of all, this is driving me insane and i've been thinking about it a lot (but I try not to). I feel like I made a big mistake and I surely have learnt with it. I'll try to make it short and to the point.
On the first day of November 2014, I had sex for the first time with my girlfriend (vaginal, unprotected). Until the beggining of April 2015, I had unprotected vaginal sex between ten/ fifteen times (including two times during her period) with the same person and also oral sex (gave and received) between five and ten times.
We broke up on the same month. I got tested on September 9th for this test "hiv 1+2 - chemiluminescence". My blood was collected and sent to a lab. Everything came back "not reactive". I finally felt safe. But then it hit me: what if this was a false negative?
During the end of 2014 (november, december) I had a fever for a couple of days/ a week. My throat hurt and I had night sweats several times. I also started having this dry cough until february 2015. I felt very tired (maybe because of school), I have (until now) this kind of fungi condition on my groin and at some point I had what looked like little bug bites (itchy).
The girl has never tested, but she had unprotected sex for a single time with a guy our age (a couple of months before our first time). Red flags include her mentioning her mother used to do drugs, her father was married and had kids with two other women before and they both (especcially her mother) used to and still hits her. Now they're divorced, her father is doing a treatment in germany for excess of calcium because of heavy drinking(?) and plans on taking her mother to court for her past drug abuse (i don't know why). To me, there could be some lies in all these stories...
After we broke up, I only wet kissed four different people. Now, I'm also having some regular headaches and i'm feeling numbness in my feet and hands when I wake up and once in a while during the day. Sometimes, I have this sensation of needles/ pain in some parts of my body (some of them during breathing).
Anyway, i just wanted to know:
1-is it possible that because of high exposure, it could take more time for the test to turn positive?
Thank you so much and sorry for my bad english (it's not my first language).