Heterosexual male here. I had unprotected vaginal sex with a girl I had been speaking to for a while, and before hand we talked about it and she said she had been tested and was negative. The day after, I woke up with a sinus infection and had heaps of mucus and gunk coming out of my nose and mouth. I also had a few slight fever days and then made the mistake of googling symptoms and letting my mind run wild. I read about HIV and instantly lost my appetite for a few days and resolved to get tested. At 15 days post event I took an RNA Qualitative test because I was willing to pay for peace of mind. The results came back negative, and instantly most of my perceived symptoms went away. Now, two weeks later, I still have sinus pressure, a bit of white stuff on the very back of my tongue, and pressure in my eyes and forehead. Could this be ARS or just a continued cold/allergies/sinus issue? I felt good about my test result, but have read more online that RNA tests cannot be considered conclusive and am worried I may have had a false negative and will need to take an antibody test now to reconfirm. I have also read that the probability of getting HIV from a positive woman in one unprotected vaginal intercourse is anywhere from 1/2000 to 1/1000, and that RNA tests at 14 days can be anywhere from 80% to 99% conclusive. Considering these numbers, is it warranted to continue to worry and possibly retest? Or is it more likely my current sinus and eye pressure issues are something else and that I can trust my RNA results and move on? The anxiety from all of this is really miserable.