I had a protected sexual encounter with a CSW. The very next day I found little white nonraised dots on the head of my penis. The dermatologist told me that it was a fungal infection and prescribed Ketoconazole cream and Fluconazole tablet. However, I have undergone an HIV antibodies test 10 days later, and was non-reactive. In between, the fungal infection got completely eradicated in two to three weeks. I have been recently diagnosed with diabetes two to three months ago. Two months after the sexual encounter, once again I underwent an HIV screening test, i.e., an antibodies test. Once again it came as negative. As of now, I do not find any abnormalities in the functioning of the body but I have observed that my body temperature fluctuates between 98 to 99.4 degrees Celsius on a normal day, and also I have felt numbness in both knees. The uric acid is 8 and although the WBC count is 13 with normal differential counting, I do not find any difficulty in swallowing food nor do I have swollen lymph nodes. The lymphocyte count is 26 from the latest CBC reports. I need your opinion on my case.