Your odds of transmission are zero. HIV is not spread by kissing, regardless of cuts, bleeding gums, bleeding teeth, or whatever else you can come up with. Kissing is not and has never been a risk.
Blood sugar results have zero to do with ARS so that's irrelevant.
Symptoms are NEVER used to diagnose HIV, so that's also irrelevant.
The only way HIV is diagnosed is by risk factor (yours was non risk and no exposure) and HIV test results, which is not applicable to you since you had no risk and so not need a test.
In conclusion, you had no risk and don't need to test. Your symptoms are irrelevant and will not be addressed herein because symptoms are never used to diagnose HIV.
Your symptoms have nothing to do with HIV because you had ZERO risk. Kissing has never been and never will be a risk. If you're not feeling well then keep going to the doctors to figure it out, but it is 100% definitely NOT related to HIV.