No your symptoms do not relate to HIV. I would not weigh symptoms much because they are often misleading and secondly, many actually infected people never had any symptoms.
Penetration into vagina by 2 cm, almost an inch may expose your urethra and foreskin to vaginal fluids inside her. Sex workers in the Netherland are well educated about HIV transmission because they are always more at risk then us due to their daily exposure. Therefore it has a very strong possibility that she is not infected. However, having said that, risk is there, though not too significant, but not zero either.
I would suggest you to get a p24 Duo test after 4 weeks of exposure and get a highly reassuring test result, which is certainly not going to change later
Your anal sex part has no issue, you are safe since you used protection and it did not fail. (had it failed, you would have known it). Unprotected penetration into vagina is a risk, no matter how brief it was.
You are right, 2 weeks test is not accurate and to get a result which can be said reassuring, is after 4 weeks (HIV Duo test for instance), which need to be redone after 12 weeks to get a conclusive result
First of all, thanks for your answer.
Is it really risky even if the penetration was only approx. 2cm? Dont you need some sufficient amount of vaginal liquid and something what would rub it in to the penis? Do you think those sympthoms might be related to HIV?
Thanks a lot!!!
A risk is a risk and the only way to know your status is by testing.