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Precautions You Take

 
    Since your last HIV test -- if any -- how consistently has a condom or barrier been used?
 
Every time I have sex with every partner.
With each partner, I sometimes use a condom or barrier, but not always.
With some partners I always use a condom or barrier, and with other partners I do not.
I am sexually active, but I never use a condom or barrier.
I do not have to use a condom or barrier since I am not at risk for HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases.
I am not sexually active.
I prefer not to answer this question.
 
    Have you ever had sex with a person who had HIV or another sexually transmitted disease?
 
No, not that I know of.
Yes, I had sex with a person diagnosed with HIV.
Yes, I had sex with a person diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease other than HIV.
I prefer not to answer this question.
 
    Do you have a steady or main sexual partner? How often do you have sex without a condom?
 
I have a main partner, and we never use condoms.
I have a main partner, and we sometimes use condoms.
I have a main partner, and we always use condoms.
I have multiple sexual partners and we don’t always use condoms.
I am not sexually active.
I prefer not to answer this question.
 
    Have you ever been vaccinated against hepatitis A and/or hepatitis B?
 
I have not been vaccinated against hepatitis A or hepatitis B.
I have been vaccinated against hepatitis A only.
I have been vaccinated against hepatitis B only.
I have been vaccinated against both hepatitis A and hepatitis B.
I prefer not to answer this question.
 
    Before or after sex, have you ever taken anti-HIV drugs, even though you haven't tested positive for HIV?
 
Yes, before sex that I thought might put me at risk for HIV.
Yes, after sex that I thought might put me at risk for HIV.
No.
I prefer not to answer this question.








  
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