Yes, ora quick would not be diagnostic in you at this time.
HIV test has a window period of 3 months before the levle of antibodies
can give an accurate positive or negative test.
Oral sex is not a high risk activity for HIV spread, although it can occur. even a single episode of oral sex with an infected person can cause spread of HIV. Thankfully, in your case, the woman tested negative in the ora quick tests.
Some of the early symptoms of an HIV infection is similar to that of flu - fever, sore throat, body rash, tiredness, muscle pain etc. But many people do not have any symptoms at all.
In your case, the sore throat may or may not be a symptom of early HIV. It is also possible that your fear of contracting HIV is making you become more aware of any soreness in the throat.
Since it is already 2 weeks since the exposure, you can go in for a test. If it is negative, you will need to repeat it after months.