Hiv is one of those things that has a lot of anxiety around it. But it's also a studied disease. We know how people get it and it is well documented. The ways that people get HIV are to have unprotected vaginal or anal sex or share IV drug needles. You used a condom which means that you were protected against HIV.
I will say that I'm not sure what your doctor meant though. If you had unprotected sex, there is a low risk of getting HIV. The statistic that HIV expert doctors use is less than 1 percent with a single unprotected sex exposure. But that is still a risk. It's in all bodily fluids such as vaginal fluid or sperm as well as blood. Maybe your doctor meant that JUST having unprotected sex does not mean you get HIV but that the other person would have to be positive. ?? I don't know. You can clarify with them. But for the purpose of your exposure, you did not have a risk. hope that helps.
Since you had protected sex you had safe sex so no risk for hiv
Is there anyone to help me, please
My doctor also said that even if I had unprotected sex with her, i would not be on risk since HIV is only transmittable if it’s seen on some ones blood.