Welcome to our Forum. I'll try to help. HIV is a sexually transmitted disease and if your partner had HIV, there is a chance that when your condom broke that you may have become infected HOWEVER the chance of this is VERY low. The reasons I say this are:
1. It is unlikely that your partner had HIV. Few women, even those who are commercial sex workers, are infected.
2. If she was infected, your risk for infection is low. Only 1 out of every 1000 episodes of unprotected vaginal intercourse lead to infection. In your case you were infected for at least part of the time, further reducing your risk for infection.
3. Some of the persons who acquire HIV do get a fever, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, muscle aches and other symptoms however when people experience these symptoms less than 1% have them due to HIV.
Putting all of this together, while I cannot promise you that you did not get HIV, it is unlikely. If your symptoms began more than a week ago you can be tested at this time. If your symptoms were due to HIV, your blood test would be positive at this time. I suspect that your blood test will be negative, making it unlikely that you got HIV form the sexual encounter you have described. I hope my comments are helpful. EWH