Risk Of HIV Infection When Changing Partners?
Good evening, I want to ask you about HIV AIDS, this is my friend’s experience when he first changed his partner by having sexual intercourse many times with his girlfriend and changed partners, is it arguably that he has HIV AIDS ?? r nBut after these 2 years he has lost all of that and he no longer has sexual relations with anyone and for 2 years there was nothing what he felt and now my friend wants to marry a different person when dating first. And do you think if he marries and has sex, will he be stricken with HIV AIDS by marrying a different woman from his previous girlfriend?
Hello Erita! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that can infect humans and cause a decrease in immunity. AIDS is a severe form of HIV infection. HIV can be transmitted through bodily fluids, which are blood, semen, anal fluid, vaginal fluid, or breast milk, from people infected with HIV. Like most infectious diseases, HIV infection occurs if there is a source of transmission. If people who have never had sex with your friend have been infected with HIV, your friend will not be infected with HIV. It's best if your friend checks to see if he has contracted HIV in a laboratory or an internist if he wants to consult at the same time. If the test results are nonreactive, your friend is not infected with HIV. If the test results are reactive, your friend will need to take medication to treat HIV in his body. HIV treatment can reduce the amount of virus in the body, so that the body's immunity can be maintained. HIV treatment will also reduce the risk that he will infect his sexual partner. Ideally, all couples who are going to get married should be tested for HIV and various other sexually transmitted infections, so that if there are positive results, they can be treated and transmission to their partners can be prevented.
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