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HIV risk, ARS symptoms??

A little over 6 weeks ago a gave unprotected oral sex to another guy.  It was for not very long at all.  There was no ejaculation and I don't think precum but I am not positive.  I know oral sex is lower risk, but I am really worried because I know he has had unprotected anal sex with other men.  At just about 4 weeks after there were three nights in a row that I felt very hot, radiating from my head.  I didn't take my temp until the third night and didn't have a fever.  I have never really "felt sick" and didn't have any chills or body aches.  I was even out drinking alcohol during a couple of those nights. Then over the next week and half I got very hot two random other nights.  Every time, it never lasted more than a couple of hours. I can't know for sure if I ever even had a fever.  Does this sound like a fever?  Is it likely that they would be so short lived?   Does a fever usually really knock you off your feet?  What do you think my risk is and I know symptoms vary and some people don't have any but does this sound at all possible similar to symptoms of ARS?  I am going to get tested soon and again at three months.  Please help. Thanks you!
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1109526 tn?1261284973
Your fever symptoms are not related to HIV.
ARS symptoms happen all at once and occur 2-4 weeks after exposure.
Oral sex is not a risk for HIV.
186166 tn?1385262982
just because you are asking this question again...does not mean our answers will change.

you were given an assessment on the 23rd.  kindly move on...this is not a hiv concern.
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