Possible Transmission Of HIV Through Oral Sex With Sufferers Of Genital Warts?
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Genital warts in medical language called condyloma akuminata is a disease caused by a sexually transmitted infection caused by the HPV virus (human papillomavirus). This virus is easily transmitted through direct exposure during intercourse, vaginal sex, oral sex and anal sex. Genital warts give a picture of rough lumps that can cluster and sometimes resemble cauliflower.
Related to your question, HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that can weaken the body's immune system. HIV can be transmitted easily from sexual relations, syringes that are used repeatedly, from mother to the fetus in the womb, and from consumables used by HIV sufferers through injuries that occur such as needles or razors. The most common HIV transmission media are from patient fluids, including seminal fluid, vaginal fluid, rectal fluid and patient blood. The virus is not transmitted through water, food, kisses, pets, mosquitoes / insects, clothes and shared toilets. Various studies on HIV have mentioned that oral sex can be a medium of transmission if at that time the patient experienced symptoms of injury such as thrush, ulcers / sores in the mouth area and cause small wounds in the penis area. But there are those who argue that salivary fluid in oral sex is not enough to cause an HIV infection. Lesions on genital warts if bleeding will be at risk for being infected with the HIV virus.
Genital warts are lesions or symptoms that are found when a viral infection has occurred.
The following tips can you do to prevent transmission from HIV infection:
Use condoms as personal protective equipment from sexually transmitted infections
Do not change partners
Do not use syringes alternately
And not related to the same sex
Going to the nearest health care provider is strongly recommended for more complete and relevant information and early detection of the virus. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps