I am a gay male who enjoys giving oral to other men. For the most part, I do not know most of them, but I generally use condoms if I know it would be a one time encounter. However, last Wednesday, I gave oral sex to someone who I did not know and, for some stupid reason, I did not use a condom. He decided to ejaculate in my throat without telling me and I was forced to swallow. At the time, I was not super concerned because he had said he was tested earlier this year and that last time he was with someone was back in March. He left and then blocked me from contacting him.
On Saturday, roughly 3 days later, I came home from a long drive exploring a national park and felt nauseated and had pain under my arms with the back of my neck and ears feeling very warm. I figured the pain under my arms was from driving 8 hours that strained my underarm muscles and that the warmth on my neck and ears was maybe a sunburn.The symptoms continued on and off where I decided I needed to go to the doctor, which I did on Tuesday. I asked to be tested for HIV and that was done but the doctor did not really help with regards to what he symptoms could be from (and it was through the computer so wasn't very helpful I felt).
Today is Wednesday and I still am nauseous with swollen lymph nodes and intermittently warmth behind my ears and neck.No fever, rash, sore throat, or anything else that I can link to AHS.
Sorry for the long story, but I guess my questions are:
1. Is it likely that my symptoms of swollen armpit lymph nodes, nausea, and warmth behind my ears and neck be the first signs of HIV contraction without having fever, sore throat, or rash?
2. Can symptoms show up within 3 days and even after 5 days from the first symptom showing, not progress to other symptoms?
Thank you in advance.