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Looks like you have posted about this issue many times already.
I have to honestly concur with the opinions you have received many times.
This would be unlikely to be HIV infection. The risk is very low from your exposure - especially i the women have tested negative as well. Fort completeness current recommendations is to repeat a 4th gen test at 4 months- but the chances of that being positive seem extremely remote
As for bacterial infections-0 you have already self treated with antibiotics that would treat syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia, causes of non-gonococcal urethritis, and strep. This is not likely a bacteria.
Could it be another virus - like EBV or CMV? Maybe- but we wouldn't do anything else therapeutically and just advise supportive care
There certainly is a degree of anxiety which is contributing to your symptoms. I would suggest an anti-anxiety medication and seeing a therapist.
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yea I think the burning sensation on my back of the neck maybe a result of anxiety attack.
Thank you sir and I will consult a therapist
Good luck to you and I truly hope you feel better soon.