It sounds like you are very worried about HIV. It is possible to pass HIV by sharing something that went in the vagina, but we have never heard of this happening in Canada from a medical procedure. This is because we have strict infection control policies.
It is common for people to search the internet for HIV symptoms . What you will find is a very long list of different symptoms that may be related to HIV/AIDS. The problem is that these symptoms can also be caused by other conditions.
HIV cannot be diagnosed from symptoms. The only way to find out if someone has HIV is from doing blood tests, which you have done.
In BC, the window period for the HIV rapid test is 3 months. The window period for the PCR tests is earlier. If your only risk for HIV was 6 months ago, and since then you have had 3 negative HIV rapid tests and 2 negative PCR tests, then it is safe to say that you do not have HIV.
If you continue to feel unwell, it would be a good idea to see a doctor. There may be other reasons for your symptoms.
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