I sure hope you aren't asking this because of your NON risk that you've posted about. If you are, you should absolutely talk to your doctor about treatment for anxiety. Anxiety spirals are real and one very well may have you trapped right now. HIV is NOT diagnosed by symptoms. Doctors assess risk first (YOU HAD NONE) and then give a test. Almost every HIV symptom is unreliable to diagnose by as all of them are cross over symptoms to other things. Based on your previous questions, I know you describe that you had no risk and at which point, you should NOT be applying your symptoms to HIV and look to the real cause. For those that actually had a bonafide risk (unprotected vaginal sex, unprotected anal sex or sharing IV needles for injecting drugs), early symptoms could start at the 2 to 4 week time frame but that is again, NOT what doctors take into account. RISK and TESTING is the only way one knows if they have HIV. You really need to let this go.
You have been already suggested by each volunteer that there was no element of risk in the event you have described. If you are still worries about it, it wouldn't be a bad idea to see a counselor to address your anxiety. This is the best we could offer you from this forum. We wish you well.