If you have been diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis and the doctor says trichomonas was detected does that mean you could have been exposed to hiv?

Yes. But - you knew the answer before any testing was done.....If you have had unprotected sex you have potentially been exposed to hiv. It is as simple as that. The fact that you have trichomonas means that you have had unprotected sex.

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If you are diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis, but the doctor says the bacteria found was trichomonas, could this mean you were exposed to hiv?

Trichomonas is not a. Bacterium but rather a protozoan. The only way to know if you are infected with HIV is to get tested for it specifically. Read more...
Probably not, but... Trichomonas is an STD. BV is not an STD, at least not in the usual sense: it's associated with sex but not caused by any known sexually transmitted germ. Because trich is an STD, it is more associated with HIV than BV is. The large majority of women with trich do not have HIV, but to be safe you need an HIV blood test. All with trich also should be tested for gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis. Read more...