I had a sex with a transgendr having mouth sores. We had protected sex but he use his saliva on my anus for lubrication .
this exposure is on 27 NOV 2014 .
on 19 dec i feel sores on my throat and hav night sweat every day. I like to know that is i am ok or infected ?
First two weeks after exposure is too soon for symptoms of HIV infection to occur. Next your risk for HIV transmission is incredibly low.
Great that you used protection. Condoms are effective in the prevention of HIV transmission, as long as they are used correctly and do not break or slip off.
Next, The risk of HIV transmission with oral sex is extremely low. It is even reasonable to state that for the person receiving oral sex (that is on whom oral sex is being performed) the risk of acquisition of the virus is practically zero. For the person placing his or her mouth on someone else's genitals, the risk may be slightly higher but still very very low. Theoretically, obvious cuts, wounds, sores, or infections in the mouth could raise this risk. But relatively speaking this is still considered to be a low-risk sexual activity as the mouth is not a hospitable place for the HIV virus. Please note that other sexually transmitted infections are readily spread via oral contact and you may need to be checked for these.
This is the long way of saying, by your partner using saliva for lubrication does not pose a risk for HIV. HIV is not transmitted through saliva. With the sores in the mouth, they would have to be actively bleeding and there would have to be a significant amount of blood for there to be a risk and you would have to have open sores around your anus.
However, there is a risk for many of the other sexually transmitted infections. I would recommend following up with your health care provider for evaluation and ask for a full sexually transmitted infections evaluation and ask that they include HIV. Again your risk for HIV infection is very small to none but I encourage everyone to know their status.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon