Symptoms Of HIV?
Is urine infected with HIV if it gets into a person’s penis (negative HIV) at risk of infection?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Knowledge of how the HIV virus infects someone is very necessary, considering this is a disease that changes a person's life and until now there is no cure.
The concept is that the HIV virus can only be transmitted through several body fluids, such as blood, semen, sperm, vaginal fluids and breast milk. So that all activities that involve the entry of these fluids into a person's body, increase their risk of contracting HIV, such as through sharing needles, blood transfusions, unprotected sex, tattooing, and from positive mothers to their children during childbirth and breastfeeding.
Then, HIV cannot be transmitted through air, tears, saliva, urine, and touch. So kissing, touching, hugging, changing clothes, and including your questions, cannot transmit HIV.
If you are engaging in risky behavior, and you are worried, then there is nothing wrong with getting checked out by VCT or voluntary HIV testing. There, apart from being tested, you will also be guided to avoid any behaviors that can increase your risk of contracting HIV. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa