A one time sex risk is suppose to be 0.4%, so is not at all significant. You should not be worried about it with your present symptoms as they do seem to be linked with HIV. You mist be having a local STD clinic in your area. They are the best place to get yourself tested as they do it discreetly. The other way is to get them done by your primary care physician. The tests are mainly done by taking your blood so there are not oral tests and there are no instant results. Oral sex have potential to transmit many sexually transmitted diseases, so it cannot be said to safe. Here is a list of the STD risks by oral sex in this resource;
Please feel free for your follow up questions.
Yes, your these symptoms are unrelated/unlinked to HIV.
No there are no oral tests for HIV/AIDS.
It is pleasure assisting you.
I mentioned this, because of false positive result (I am sorry for not clearing this, but this is what I meant) increase in the oral tests and this can be emotionally breaking. A negative test after that by blood test, still keep the doubt in the mind. This is a CDC site;
This is the latest guideline for the rapid test for the reconfirmation;
So a reconfirmation is needed.
It is to be safe to get a blood test on first hand.
If they are not infected, the chance comes to zero. If they are infected, chance go to 0.4%.
It is not sort of all or none law. In one sex episode; virus may or may not be transmitted. The recurrent sex with an infected person increases the chance of transmission.
Yes, if you were positive, there was a quite a significant chance that virus would have shown by now.