HIV Transmission Through Intimate Relationships Without Safety?
If you have sex without using experience, is that possible ?? Thank you
Hello Erlyn, Thank you for the question.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that can be transmitted through contact with body fluids (blood, pre-ejaculation, ejaculatory fluid, vaginal mucus, rectal mucus, and breast milk). This patient's bodily fluids must be in contact with the mucosal walls of the body (mucous walls that line organs, such as the walls of the oral cavity, vagina, penis, rectum), bodily injuries, or contaminated blood that is injected directly into other people's blood vessels. Or in other words, HIV can be transmitted through the following methods:
sexual relations with HIV sufferers, whether oral sex, vaginal sex, or anal sex without using safeguards (condoms)
sharing syringes with HIV sufferers, for example injecting drug users
receive blood transfusions and other blood products that are contaminated with HIV
from an HIV-infected mother to her baby during pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding
Thus, if your ex-wife of your future husband is infected with HIV, especially if you have not taken medication then having intercourse with your prospective husband without a condom, then there is a possibility that your prospective husband may be infected with HIV as well. Therefore, you should encourage your future husband to see a doctor for an HIV test. From this HIV test it will be known whether your prospective husband is infected with HIV or not. If your husband is infected with HIV, then your husband is advised to undergo treatment with antiviral drugs (anti-retroviral / ARV) first and check themselves regularly. In these conditions, you are not recommended to have sex without a security (condom). Unprotected sex can be done if later after treatment, the amount of virus (viral load) in the body of your prospective husband is very minimal OR your prospective husband is not infected with HIV as evidenced by blood tests. Please you and your future husband discuss this further with your doctor at the voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) service at the hospital.
Hopefully this information helps.