June 29 - possible infection. Slightly sore gums, gave BJ to a man whose status I don't know.
July 16 - early August: Low grade fever, 99 - 101 (worse evening time), no other symptoms.
August 4 - (5 weeks after possible infection) - blood sample taken for HIV 1/2 Ag/Ab test - Negative.
About 3 weeks ago, a bruise appeared on the skin on my left clavicle. Oblong shaped along the clavicle, about .75 inch by .2 inch. Initially it oozes, twice, once quite a bit, another time not so much. Pimple cream didn't help. Trying hydrocortizone and hydrogen peroxide for 2 days didn't help, trying Fucidin now. After a hot shower it's usually redder, otherwise light red. Was a bit raised when it oozes. Bruise could also be from me lufa when I shower rubbing in those area, I don't know.
I have not had sex with anyone for over 2 years except that one unfortunate incident.
Thanks for your question,
Oral sex is very low risk for getting HIV.
By this time (almost 6 months?), you can get a test that will tell you for sure you HIV status.
But to answer your initial question, what you have on your clavicle isn't KS. That would only appear late after infection. And your risk was so low that it's unlikely you were infected in the first place.
Hope this helps,