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Rectal fluid with lube contact

Can I get Hiv from: 1) rectal fluid on scrotum touching penis foreskin after protected anal sex ,it touched scrotum just after I removed my condom and also I have a small ulcer on urethral opening .
2) Deep open mouth kissing in case he had blood in his mouth ?
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

If you avoid those two activities, you will never have to worry about HIV.  You can't get HIV by touching your penis, even with fluids on your hand, and kissing is never a risk for HIV.
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It wasn't the fluid on my hand but the rectal fluid with lube on my scrotum which touched my foreskin, still it is not the risk?
Do I need testing in this case?
No, none of that is a risk. Air inactivates the virus. You can not touch HIV, touch your penis and get it.  ZERO risk.
But then I have symptoms like fatigue, cough and cold with fever and headache  
Aren't these symptoms of ARS ?
Those are symptoms of so many things that no, a doctor would not go to HIV ARS if you presented with those symptoms.  And you had no risk. There is no further discussion beyond NO RISK.
If an 80 year old who didn't have a partner showed up at a hospital with those symptoms the doctors wouldn't order an hiv test. Same situation for you since neither of you had a risk.

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