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i have two sex patners
Feb 23, 2014

If a woman has two HIV negative sex partners can they infected in future by AIDS......?

Response from Ms. Southall

Hi The only way for HIV transmission to occur is if someone has HIV. If all partners stay negative and are only with each other there is no risk. If for any reason someone were to have sex with anyone else they could put themselves at risk and bring that back to the partner. Staying on top of your sexual health and that of your partners as well is crucial in being able to stay HIV free and free from other STD's. Someone who is sexually active should be tested for HIV at least once a year if not twice. Just to ensure that HIV or other STD's are not present and need treatment.

But again if the 3 of you are only have sex with each other and no one has HIV, it cannot be created by having sex.

Be well and stay safe, Shannon



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