You have posted on the wrong site. Questions about HIV belong on the HIV prevention site. I will do my best to answer your questions with this reply but, if you have additional questions or follow-up they must be on the HIV Prevention site. Sorry
Your symptoms are consistent with a cold or plain old every day community-acquired viral infection. Some of the symptoms you have also overlap with those of the ARS but the symptoms of the ARS are TOTALLY non-specific and when people experience "ARS symptoms" they are much more likely to have something else, usually some other, more typical virus infection. When this has been studied in the US, less than 1% of persons seeking medical care for "ARS symptoms" are found to have HIV, the remainder having symptoms due to other processes. In contrast, over a given year, there is almost no one who has not had a viral illness, night sweats or both (sometimes on multiple occasions). In addition, it is also important to realize that many persons who acquire HIV do not experience the ARS. For a person to try to judge their HIV risk based on "ARS symptoms" is a waste of time.
It is now six weeks since your exposure and several weeks since your symptoms began. An HIV test at this time would detect all infections which caused ARS more than two weeks ago. Get tested for your own peace of mind (not because your risk is high. It is not), the test will be negative and you can forget about this when the test comes back negative as I am sure it will. EWH