Just take a rapid test at 6 or 7 weeks after exposure ((as an indication)) and another antibody test at 12 weeks post exposure for a conclusive result.
But, you DO need to get tested.
Thank you for the reply. I know I've to get tested and I will. My question is 2 parts
1) Do my symptoms point to a high risk of HIV seroconversion stage?
2) Is the test and timeline sufficient(Duo test(Ab + p24 Antigen) 49 days after exposure)?
1- Symptoms mean nothing. They could be indicative of anything.
2- The best time for a DUO would be at 28 days post exposure, when it can detect the p24 antigen. Any later than that and it would only be as good as any other antibody test, as the p24 Ag becomes less detectable. You have already past that point if your exposure was on the 15th of November.
Just wait a couple more days for a better indication on your first antibody test, and follow up at the 3 month mark.
A test at 49 days ( 7 weeks) is a good indication as sleelessnights34 said.
Even if just an antibody test ( 3rd gen ) because well over most would test positive by now.
Then 12 wks to confirm.
Try not to sweat this, the duration was short and there was no ejaculation.
HIV is carried along by blood and semen and seems none of this occurred.
Still test to be sure and have peace of mind.