That doctor copies and pastes that answer on EVERY question on that site. At this point, I'd be surprised if he were even answering personally. No one will use the word "impossible" - that is not a term used in medicine. The fact is that when a condom is used correctly (does not break), you will not get HIV. No one gets HIV from condom-protected sex.
HIV symptoms would never last that long, nor would they turn up after one year. If you are concerned, see a doctor, take a test, whatever it takes to put your mind at ease, but no matter what you say, no one in this forum will tell you you had a risk for HIV - you did NOT.
Your symptoms do not look like HIV related, but even then, these are enough to trigger a fear especially in this crucial period.
We maintain that an act of protected sex (when the protection does not fail) is a Zero risk activity. Your state of mind certainly needs a test to get a calm down. Suggest you to get tested for HIV Duo test, any time after 28 days of your exposure, collect your conclusive report, lay all your residual worries to rest permanently and move on with your life normally.
Ididnt get that, are you saying my situation is risky
You were already advised that you had no risk. Condoms are safe and an effective barrier to STIs. The reason any one would say condoms are 99% safe is because they might have 1% chance of breakage. If the condom doesnt fail, there can be no scope of contraction.
Your problem seems to be paranoia triggered due to incorrect advise and excessive online searching. I suggest you get off the internet, think rationally and accept the fact that you didnt have a risk. For symptoms that you speak about - Anxiety can cause array of symptoms, since you are sensitive and over analysing your body during HIV scare any small change that you would generally not notice on an usual day would seem like ARS to you. It's all in your head.
I wouldn't suggest you to pursue any testing as you never had a risk, going down that route will only aggravate your what - if situation in your head.
Cut it to the chase - accept that you didn't have a risk and move on. If you still face difficulty, go see a counselor. HIV is not your problem. Good luck.