Our Own Sperm Is Exposed To Our Own Wounds?
What happens if our sperm are exposed to our own wounds is it related to HIV?
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The HIV virus can be transmitted from person to person through contact with body fluids, such as blood, penile fluids, vaginal fluids, anal fluids, or breast milk (breast milk). This transmission can occur for example due to:
Having unprotected sex with HIV sufferers (whether vaginal, anal, or oral sex) Exchanging needles with HIV sufferers Breastfeeding children to mothers with HIV Children born to mothers who suffer from HIV through normal delivery The HIV virus clearly does not appear on its own. If you feel that you have never done HIV-risky activities, then of course you will not be infected with HIV.
However, what needs to be watched out for is, often people with HIV do not realize that they are infected with HIV, unless the infection has entered an advanced stage. For this reason, early detection is very important, especially in people who are at high risk of contracting HIV, for example if you are a health worker who has frequent contact with body fluids, has had sexual relations with people with no clear sexual history, used injecting drugs, and tattooed or body piercing. Efforts to detect HIV can be done at the nearest health facility, namely through the VCT (voluntary counseling and testing) procedure - HIV.
That's all for our explanation. For more details, you can consult directly with a doctor at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah