You weren't at risk for HIV transmission. Usage of condom is sufficient to protect against HIV transmission.
It seems you are just paranoid about this sexual arrangement that you had, that noise from vagina is called queef, it has nothing to do with condom failure.
Your symptoms are unspecific to the timelines of HIV ARS, if you are somehow worried about condom failure, just get any HIV anybody test, at this point you will get a definitive result.
If the condom broke, you'd know. They are very noticeable. They rip wide open and usually are in tatters. Pin holes and little tears don't happen in real life. So, if you didn't notice a broken condom, there wasn't one. And doctors do not diagnose HIV from symptoms. Only tests. Because the symptoms people associate with HIV are all easily attributable to other things unless someone is anxious and then they want to make every association to HIV. Don't go down that path. You didn't have a risk.
If the room is very dark...and you are unable to see the status of your condom at the time of removing it ....then there is a chance to unnotice the condom failure??