It doesn’t sound like you are worried about the condom breaking or falling off, so the chances of getting HIV from protected intercourse are very low.
Some people have a flu like illness after getting HIV, but it usually takes a few weeks after contact for symptoms to show up. Other viruses and bacterial can give you similar symptoms.
Although your chances of getting HIV seem low, the only way to know for sure is to get tested. NAAT HIV tests are usually about 90% accurate at a few weeks after contact. HIV antibody tests are about 95% accurate at 4 – 6 weeks. Ask your healthcare provider about the best test for your situation.
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