Exposure after 24 months, HIV Rapid tests negative, you just forget about the past night mare. Most of the tests are more than 95% specific. If it is done only once you repeat the test with some other tests like ELISA then also if it comes negative you need not worried. Western blot and PCR DNA
are necessary. These tests are more confirmatory. Beyond six months of exposure, a negative HIV test
will never become positive unless there is fresh exposure. You tested after 10 months and negative for HIV . So not to worry at all. Your symptom of burning feet and hands may be due to other conditions. You try to rule out Diabetes
and other causes for Peripheral nueritis. Get away your fear of HIV.