Risk Of HIV Transmission During Unprotected Intercourse?
I have sex with that 1 woman, I never change, I have sex without using safety, then I have sex with her for 10 times. r nCan I get HIV ??
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HIV is a virus that can be spread through contact with body fluids. Body fluids that have the potential to spread HIV are blood, vaginal fluids, ejaculate fluids, rectum fluids, breast milk. The spread of this virus can occur through unprotected sexual intercourse with HIV sufferers, sharing needles, punctured objects contaminated with the body fluids of HIV sufferers, blood transfusions and organ transplants, transmission from mother to baby during childbirth and breastfeeding.
You have the possibility of contracting HIV if you have unprotected sex with someone with HIV. Even if you don't change partners, if your partner has HIV or has a history of changing sexual partners, then you are still at risk of contracting HIV. To be sure, it's a good idea to do VCT (voluntary counseling and testing). In this VCT you will be interviewed to find out more clearly the possible risks of your exposure to HIV. If you are at risk, you will be asked to do an HIV test. On VCT you will also be advised to screen for other sexually transmitted diseases. After the results of the examination come out, you will undergo post-examination counseling. If the result is negative, you will be further educated about transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases and motivated to have safe sex. If the results are positive, then you will be referred for administration of antiretroviral drugs (HIV drugs).
At this point in time, as long as you don't know your HIV status, you should not have sexual intercourse first or always use a condom when having sex.
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