There are different ways a person can be infected with HIV...
It is your brother from Busengo Sector. I would like to ask Shangazi this question: you say that HIV is transmitted through blood. How can I be infected if there was no blood transferred during sex?
You are wondering how you can be infected if there was no blood contact during sexual intercourse. First, let me tell you that you will not be infected during every kind of sexual intercourse. It depends on how you did it.
There are different ways a person can be infected with HIV, but mainly people get infected when fluids of the infected person come into contact with yours. Among those fluids is blood, sperm and vaginal fluids, as well as breast milk, and other human fluids. For example, if an HIV positive person’s sperm comes into contact with vaginal fluids during unprotected sex, she can possibly become infected with HIV.
Our brother, let me tell you that even if no blood has been exchanged, know that it is possible to become infected with HIV any time you have unprotected sex with someone who is infected. The best way to protect yourself is to abstain or to use a condom. Let me repeat it so that you understand well: the only way to protect yourself from HIV is to abstain or use a condom.
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