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What is my risk of HIV

6 days ago I had protected anal sex with a trans sex worker.  I have the sex worker an unprotected blowjob where I know precum got into my mouth, and I performed analingus on the sex worker.  Two days later I developed a sore throat that is still here, and a white tongue.  I took an antigen test, which I know was too early and it was negative, but I was on STDcheck and they have a test that can be used six days after exposure which I will try today.  I am super anxious and scared.  
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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.

You were never at risk for HIV.  In any case, you wouldn't get a sore throat from HIV 2 days later, and that's indicative of a bacterial or viral infection.  Analingus could have resulted in the throat infection, so you should get your throat checked out by a doctor.  It's not HIV, and any test you take will be negative.
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