Can Female Fluids In Contact With Male Genitalia, Without Entering The Female Genitalia, Be Infected With HIV?
Excuse me, do female vaginal fluids come into contact with male genitalia, without entering female genitalia, can they get HIV?
Hello Dimas Rangga,
HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that when infecting the human body can interfere with the immune system. People who are infected with HIV will be susceptible to various diseases ranging from mild to severe, such as cancer, lung infections, gastrointestinal infections. HIV is transmitted through the following methods:
Sexual relations with HIV sufferers through vaginal, anal, or oral sex penetration. Exposure to body fluids (male semen, vaginal secretions) to wounds that are not visible on the skin or mucosa can be at risk of contracting HIV through unsafe blood transfusions from HIV sufferers. childbirth, or through breastfeeding Sexual intercourse without penetration does have a much smaller risk for contracting HIV. Safeguards using condoms during sexual intercourse reduce the risk of transmission. If you feel you are at risk of contracting HIV, you can do blood screening to find out whether you are infected or not. Early detection of HIV is very important to start treatment early and can reduce the amount of virus in the body and minimize the risk of transmitting it to a partner. Safe sexual practices, not mutually changing partners, using condoms, not exchanging syringes with others, are the best things to prevent HIV transmission. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.