The Possibility Of Contracting HIV After Intercourse Is At Risk?
Hello a year ago I had a core relationship with my boyfriend, it turns out before my boyfriend had anal with HIV twice and was given a handbody lubricant and was released outside, did I also contract, do I also have a vct test? alone in a day, padan also aches, thank you
HIV is a virus that attacks the human immune system. One of the transmission of HIV is through risky sexual intercourse. All people who have had intimate relationships with partners who have no known HIV status, including groups of people who have a high risk of HIV.
HIV symptoms are divided into 3 stages:
The first stage: flu, fever, rash, vomiting, joint pain, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, headache, abdominal pain, sore throat, thrush
Latent stage: generally no symptoms
The third stage / AIDS: decreased immunity so easily infected with various other diseases
If you have ever changed sexual partners or your partners have ever changed partners (especially if you have confirmed HIV status is positive), I recommend that you take an HIV test first. You can visit hospitals, health centers, or clinics that provide VCT services. You will be able to consult with your doctor about HIV and various other sexually transmitted diseases and then carry out tests for HIV and other tests for infectious diseases. If the results are known, the doctor will again provide counseling related to test results and subsequent treatment. HIV testing should be done at least 1 month after the last exposure / intimate relationship. If it is negative, repeat HIV testing can be done in the 3rd and 6th months to be sure.
To prevent HIV transmission, you can do the following tips:
Avoid free sex
If it belongs to a high-risk group for HIV, you should do a routine HIV test
Use condoms when having sex (still can't prevent HIV 100%)
Make sure the tattoo needle and piercing are sterile
If blood transfusion, make sure the donor's blood has gone through a good screening process
Hope it helps you,