Jan 2, 2006
I was told by a doctor that if one had sex with an infected person, once there's no laceration,the virus cannot be transmitted.is this true?
Response from Dr. Frascino
Nope. That is not true. HIV can be absorbed directly across mucous membranes (such as the urethra or vagina), and does not require a laceration. Now that you know, please inform your doctor as well, OK?
Stay safe (use latex condoms). Stay well.
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