Is HIV Contagious If One Party Does Not Have An Orgasm?
HIV is a sexually transmitted disease that is transmitted through bodily fluids such as sperm, vaginal fluid, blood, saliva. After you engage in free sex, you are considered to have carried out a risky act. Even if your intimate partner does not have an orgasm, this can still lead to HIV transmission. When penetrating the penis into the vagina, it can already be infected with HIV from vaginal fluid in the vagina. In addition, oral sex also has the potential to cause HIV transmission, because at the time of oral sex microbes can also occur that allows HIV to enter the blood.
It is recommended that you do an antibody test for HIV starting from week 3 to week 12 after doing risky behavior. If you get negative results, it is recommended that you do a re-examination 6 months later.
There is no recommended treatment to prevent HIV. HIV treatment can only be done after you are HIV positive. HIV can cause a variety of symptoms. Asymptomatic HIV is called AIDS. AIDS symptoms such as: weight loss, weakness, cough does not go away, chronic diarrhea, white patches appear in the mouth, fever.
Therefore, it is recommended that you do a blood test in the nearest laboratory, and before the examination you should consult a doctor first. Thus the doctor can provide proper direction regarding what checks are right.
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