According to Dr. Bob: HIV can be transmitted from an HIV-infected mom to her infant via breastfeeding. This is due to many factors, including the quantity of breast milk and the underdeveloped immune system of babies. For adults breast-milk HIV transmission remains only a hypothetical risk. That risk would be dependent on the amount of virus in the infected milk, quantity ingested, presence of cuts or sores on the oral mucous membranes, etc. Overall the risk of an adult contracting HIV from nipple noshing would be extremely low.
HIV is transmitted from:
Unprotected anal and vaginal sex
Mother to child during or shortly after childbirth
Sharing IV drug rigs with and infected person
ARS symptoms are not specific and can manifest themselves in many forms. On ARS symptoms, I suggest you to read this article from Dr Tan: http://www.drtanandpartners.com/more-on-hiv-symptoms/
This should help you. I would not worry to much in your situation but just get tested and put this behind you. You can get tested with a 4th generation HIV test 28 days after this exposure. Even though in the US the official guideline is still 3 months, many experts are saying that a 28 days test with a 4th generation test have very little chances to change later on. In France a test at 6 weeks with the 4th generation is considered conclusive. You can also couple the 4th generation test with a RNA test. this is expensive but the combination should be 100% conclusive.
Thanks a lot wilris, Now i also have small white bumps cumin on my body. The might be around 0.1cm in diameter. Can you please let me know why?
See a Dr it has nothing to do with HIV as you had no risk.