As I told you in your other posts, someone is not going to get pregnancy symptoms two days in. In fact, it's possible to have a pregnancy risk and not even BECOME pregnant until four days later.
And again, the last incident you listed was not a risk incident.
It's understandable to be in a panic when you feel you've had a risk. but we can't entertain every moment of panic, and if when you ask us to asses your risk, you don't accept our answer, there isn't much we can do for you.
So, one last time, you need sexual healthcare regardless. So, you can go ahead and schedule that basic care now anyway, and when youh have your appointment, if your period still hasn't arrived, ask for a test there if you like.