Which lymph nodes are you referring to that you feel are "hot"?
Are you M or F?
Were you having anal sex? If so- do you have any discharge or pain?
To develop symptoms within 2 days would be a bit early for HIV, but I would not say impossible.
If your lymph nodes are inflamed throughout your body- ( including neck and inguinal) does suggest a systemic process. While this could be HIV- there are other nonspecific viruses that can cause similar things- like CMV, EBV and others.
Obviously the best way to know is to be tested- Frankly it is too early to have a positive HIV ELISA from this exposure even if you were infected, but I would consider testing for HIV- including an HIV antibody ( to detect PRIOR infection), and an HIV PCR.
You should also have follow up HIV antibody testing at 6 weeks and 3 months-
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