The Possibility Of HIV If You Hold The Vagina Of A Woman Who Is Menstruating?
I want to ask, in 2010 I once held the vagina of a woman who was menstruating again by hand. can it transmit HIV? in 2011 I did an HIV test during the HIV campaign and the results were negative. Do you need to retest? thank you
Good evening, thanks for the question
HIV virus is transmitted through the body fluids of patients who have been previously infected, then enter the body of other healthy people directly through blood vessels. The HIV virus is easily transmitted, for example, by injection drug users in turns, through defects on the surface of the skin and mucosa, for example in risky sexual relations (anal sex, oral sex), or through breastfeeding.
History of holding a woman's vagina with her hands without any injuries or defects in the skin may not be able to transmit the HIV virus. Even if at that time the woman was an HIV sufferer and you were infected, you should now have clear symptoms of HIV. For this condition, there is no need for a repeat HIV examination. In order to avoid HIV transmission, avoid injecting narcotics, avoid risky sexual acts with more than one partner, and be loyal to only one sexual partner.
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