This question is posted on the wrong site. It belongs on the HIV Prevention site. Out of courtesy I will briefly answer your question but that will be the end of this thread. If we do not do this, as a result of people using the wrong site, others do not get their questions addressed. Any future questions must be posted on the HIV prevention site and all further posts to this site will be deleted.
Your fears are misplaced. Rather than posting, you would be well served to read any ten previous posts on the HIV prevention site. In doing so you will find that 5-8 of them carry the same message- that symptoms are terribly unreliable indicators of HIV infection and, in particular, the ARS because there are hundreds (at least) of other processes (most of which are community acquired, non-sexually transmitted) which can cause the same symtoms. As for your symptoms, while some of them share characteristics of the ARS, others like rash on soles and tongue bumps for instance, are not part of the ARS. In addition and perhaps more importantly, from what you describe, the likelihood that your partners are infected is very, very low and the odds of acquiring infection, if any one of them was infected (and they are not) is less than one in one thousand. if they were.
Putting all of this together (read the paragraph above again, slowly), there is absolutely no reason for you to think or be concerned that you might have gotten HIV. EWH
It is so scary to be in this situation. I am testing soon to clear up my mind. I really hope I will be negative