Hiv Virus Transmission
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Nipple Shield That Deactivates HIV Prevents Virus Transmission During Breastfeeding, BBC News ReportsA nipple shield that disinfects milk as it leaves the breast has shown to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission, BBC News reports. Devised by Stephen Gerrard, a University of Cambridge engineer, the shield employs a detergent used by... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Recent epidemiological studies have found increasing rates of hepatitis C in MSM (men who have sex with men). See below. Associated risk factors include HIV infection, intravenous drug use, fisting and use of GHB (gamma hydroxyl butyrate).... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Simon,Even though it may be more difficult to transmit the virus if an HIV-positive person has suppressed his viral load to undetectable levels, the possibility of transmission remains a very real risk.Your best protection from acquiring HIV is... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyhi everyone, i was wondering what are the chances of contracting the HIV virus having unprotected sex with someone who has it? for example, i don't understand how magic johnson have the virus and cookie (the wife) who became pregnant doesn't have... Read more »
Posted by gentinthesouth, 4 RepliesHello, I am really scared! Can anyone tell me if i can get HIV these ways?
1st of all No one has ever cummed in my mouth or anus and no one has ever bled in my mouth or anus,
1. Being a top in anal sex using a condom?
2. Getting sucked by someone not... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesHello,
Hope someone can enlighten me on this encounter I had.
I've come across a stranger in the men's public toilet on 21 Apr 99, he was 'sort of' stroking his private parts when I went in.
I occupied the adjacent urinal and was just about to ease... Read more »
Posted by matthewAZ, 1 ReplyI am curious about the semantics in place in our language today that guide our understanding and thinking about HIV+ people. Below I am presenting examples to elaborate on this thought.
I posted an earlier message about how I came to actualizing... Read more »
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