Advice isn't going to change. If you had an exposure which yours sounds very minimal at worst case scenario, you have to test. All the what if's and side effects are not telling anyone (including you) anything as HIV is not diagnosed based on side effects. Only a test will provide answers. I'm absolutely sure it will be negative but take a test and rule this worry of yours out. Then you can quit wasting time on HIV worry and work on getting healthy again.
Mostly when a condom slips, the urethra remains protected.
Yes, there is also a possibility that you might have penetrated with out protection.
As suggested by the expert, your risk is certainly low since in a female to male transmission scenario, one episode of unprotected intercourse is considered to be a low risk as this virus is fragile and thus, difficult to transmit.
It is illogical for you to focus on symptoms, HIV symptoms coincide with plenty of ailments that can occur generally to anyone, on any given day. Also, most of the time people complaining about these symptoms experience psychosomatic issues.
You are in time to just get out of your home and take a IV generation HIV test for a definitive result. Take it, instead of doing your little guesswork.
It's most likely to be negative.
hi @ Jackiechan18 your exposure in February 2019 right? now September 2019 means it's been 8 months after exposure, do you still have symptoms as you mentioned? are you back to doing risky activities again? and also to eliminate anxiety you should test, 8 months have also passed the window period, back again with the test results