Sexually active, I use a condom every time. Chances of me contracting hiv? Also, had sex with a genital herpes female. Says only 1 outbreak Am I safe

Safe enough, but... Have sex with only one person. Also, one can get HIV through sex only if the other person has it, so just check with the other person. If worried about herpes, which can infect an uninfected person on the areas not covered by a condom, the infected partner can talk with a doctor about preventive drugs. But, if both partners are already infected with both Herpes types, it's late for prevention.
Condoms leak. They are made of rubber (no pun intended) and they are not impermeable. You are thinking about viruses here. Doctors have been told to double-glove for a reason!!

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My first and only genital herpes break out was over five years ago. Is it safe to be sexually active without passing it to my partner w/o protection?

Herpes. You are most likely not very contagious. But the newest information about herpes is that you can still shed virus and be contagious at times that are impossible to predict even when you have no sores. All sexually active adults should know their herpes status since 90% of those with herpes do not have sores or outbreaks. Read more...

Have genital herpes. No visible outbreak at time of sex & used a condom but base of penis was partly exposed. What are the chances of HIV?

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It depends. Herpes doe snot have much to do with HIV except both of theses conditions are called STDs(sexually transmitted disease).
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