It sounds like the past couple years you have been at low risk- condoms are very effective when used properly, and so that contact you had 2 years ago is likely low risk.
Of course if you had unprotected sex with anyone else even before that, there is a risk of transmission.
Some people can be infected with HIV for many years without any symptoms, so any unprotected sex you have had, not just in the past couple years, is potentially at risk. On average it takes people 5-10 years to develop symptoms of advanced disease, but there is a range- some get severe symptoms soon after infection, some may not have any symptoms for over 10 years even.
Overall it sounds like you likely are low risk, but the only way to know for sure, and to reassure yourself is to just be tested.
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It would be extremely uncommon to have HIV transmission with proper condom usage- I have not seen this occur ( but of course it is not always easy to know exactly when someone became infected).
I agree, you do seem to have more phobia about than test, than is really meritted- You clearly are at low risk, but of course only being tested cab be completely reassuring.
Again, as far as symptoms- a significant proportion develop acute symptoms - within a couple weeks of infection. After that, some people may not have symptoms for years. I explained this in my last response.
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