Burning while peeing is not an HIV symptom, but it could be something else so I would definitely get tested for all STI's, including HIV. Now, you wore a condom and that prevents the passage of HIV tremendously. HIV can be found in vaginal fluid, but you had to have had a pretty decent sized cut on your hand to contract it. Symptoms usually appear around the 10-14 day range, but that's not to say they could come earlier. I do not believe you have HIV due to how small your risks were, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't test just to be on the safe side. I think you should take a DUO test at 4 weeks, and that will be conclusive.
Thanks for the quick reply. I will be taking a test as soon as i can!
I am totally freaking out.
I do not think i had any cuts on my hand.
But i was wondering if it was also a risk that i rubbed my penis with the hand that had vaginal juices on it.
The virus dies very quickly after being exposed to air, so there's virtually no risk for that.
I'm am sorry to carry on but i am really worried. Was what i did actually risky? Do i have a good chance of transmission? It doesn't seem like my lymph nodes are swollen, mostly the front of my neck feels swollen. My throat doesn't really even hurt. I do have diarrhea. Is there a significant chance i now have hiv? I could really use some reassurances. I am very worried.
There is no real chance you have HIV. You would know if your lymph nodes were really swollen. They would feel like they about to pierce through your neck.