Hello, a bit over two years ago I received unprotected oral sex (I am a man) and had protected vaginal sex with a woman who you could describe as promiscuous (not a sex worker). I have asked and been told that she has been tested a few times since then and has no STDs, including no HIV-1/2. (but you cant always trust people)
A little bit of OCD kicked in a few months ago and I have had a very bad fear that somehow I got HIV, even though I know deep down I know I didn't. The reason for this is I first ordered a test online that I thought was an FDA approved oral HIV-1/2 test, but found out what I was sent was not an FDA approved test. Its claims were not verified by the FDA and it has not been submitted for review, and I can't find a company website anywhere, so those where all against it. I should have tossed it, but took it anyway. It said results within ten minutes, and results after ten minutes where not valid. Up until the 5 minute mark it indicated non reactive, then a very faint, barely discernible line appeared. I freaked out a little bit, but since it wasn't an FDA approved test I didn't really trust it either way. I ordered a Home Access HIV-1 test, and the result came back as negative for HIV-1.
I know I don't have it, but I keep worrying about that unapproved test. So, my question is, based on my sexual contact, should I worry about HIV-1 or HIV-2? The Home access test came back negative, but it only tests for HIV-1. What about HIV-2? I know HIV-2 is rarer, and the woman I had sex with was not from a country that has it, but I do not really know here sexual history. I am freaking out a bit, but deep down I know I shouldn't. Please ease my mind.