You don't get ARS this quickly. There is an std forum where you can get the best info on std. Since she used a condom to protect herself from you, she likely always does so the chances she even has HIV might not be zero, otherwise why would she wouldn't bother with the expense of condoms?
You can test 28 days after the PEP ends, but until then try to relax and do not try to associate any "symptoms" with ARS because I haven't seen anyone who thought they had ArS, actually have it. Only your doctor can determine if they really are from any health issue or if it isin your imagination from fear or the meds.
You can look up the side effects of the meds online, or read the insert that came with the prescription if you still have it.
Though condom failure puts you at HIV risk, however you should remain calm and do not panic, because today, sex workers are also equally educated and conscious about their health as well. That is the reason, they use protection, to protect themselves from us.
There is a very strong possibility that she is clean and may not be infected, in such case, you have no reason to worry about, because nobody can give something he/she does not have
Administering PEP was your doctor's call and I am sure, he has evaluated your case carefully before putting you on the meds. These medicines certainly have side effects and I am sure, the same you are experiencing right now, because HIV related symptoms do not surface before 2 weeks.
You may go for your HIV test at least 4 weeks after completion of your PEP medication, and if you got tested by 4th generation duo test, collect your conclusive report and move on with your life
Condoms provide 100% protection against HIV, however their guarantee becomes void as soon as they fail. Once the condom fails, sex becomes as unsafe as it was without a condom. Correct and consistent use of condom is the key.
Thank you for your advise guys. I've tested negative with hiv combo test at both 4 weeks post exposure (completion of PEP) and 2 months post exposure. Tested negative for gonorrhea and chamlydia at 2 weeks post exposure and negative at 5 weeks post exposure for syphillis. But the rashes/pimples that I've had, haven't stopped since day 4 post exposure (its 9-1/2 weeks post exposure now). With both negative hiv test, it mean that the rashes has nothing to do with HIV. Please advise if PEP, herpes, hepatitis or anxiety could be the cause? (Waiting for 3months post exposure to test for herpes and hepatitis) Or any other skin diseases cause by skin to skin contact with csw. Appreciate your expert advise. Thank you.