Sorry, I don't look at posted photos. In my view, it comes too close to practicing medicine from a distance.
You describe classical symptoms of an anal fissure. It's extremely common, and although herpes sometimes contributes to some fissures, most cases are not due to HSV. If your lesion was due to herpes, it would come and go--i.e., it would last a few days, then would totally clear up for at least 1-2 months, then come back. Also, herpes lesions rarely bleed.
You clearly don't have HIV if your Oraquick test was done at least 6 weeks after your last possible exposure. In any case, none of your symptoms is particularly suggestive of HIV.
See a health care provider to check things out. But I see no reason for you to be worried about either herpes or HIV.
Good luck-- HHH, MD
An anal fissure or hemorrhoids could cause a little bit of bleeding when you have a bowel movement. But if you actually have blood mixed in with the stool, you really need to see a doctor. This could be a G.I. condition (not sexually transmitted) such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. Crohn's disease can also be associated with fistulas in the perianal area (small openings that can leak blood or stool).
Hope you feel better soon.
Not an STD. Anal fissure and anxiety fit your symptoms. You need to go to a doctor and get it looked at. Same happened to my mate a few years ago - he turned out to have an anal fissure. He was given cream and told to change his diet to include more fibre and fresh water. Best of luck.
P.S. The doc will not look at photos.
P.S.S I'm not a doctor, this is just my opinion.
Thanks everyone. The blood in stool was just the blood that came after a very hard stool. It badly aggravated the cut below my anus. That was the only time blood came out. Otherwise, I just get normal bleeding each time I wipe that area.
Well yes, my anxiety has taken the best of me regarding STD's including HIV. Hopefully this thread and your reply has put my anxiety to rest. Thanks again Doc. I will see what happens as I continue to use a topical anitbiotic to help heal the cut.
You should still see a doctor and get the appropriate treatment. My mate had a camera up his arse and got a free jar of special lotion and it sorted it out over a few weeks. Definetely better than self treating. Good luck.