Generic pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is available in at least 26 countries, allowing those countries to scale up access and reduce HIV transmissions. Why not here?
Bottoming expert Mason offers a guide for the anally receptive, to enhance your -- and your top's -- safety, comfort, and pleasure.
One of the persisting fears people may have when starting PrEP is wondering whether a risk remains of contracting HIV while on PrEP without using an additional barrier method.
What is HIV? HIV Transmission Safer Sex Guide HIV Testing Injection Drug Use HIV Symptoms
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Introduction Studies on the Risks of Oral Sex Tips for Safer Oral Sex Taking Care of Yourself
The chances of HIV being passed from one person to another depend on the type of contact. HIV is most easily spread ...
Myths persist about how HIV is transmitted. This section provides the facts about HIV risk from different types of sex, injection drug use, and other activities.
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How Is HIV Passed From One Person to Another? How Well Does HIV Su...
It really depends on which tests your healthcare provider orders as part of your normal blood work. The tests that are most commonly ordered cannot detect HIV infection.
The complete blood count (CBC) measures your red and white blood cell numbers a...
Blood donations are screened for several different infections that could be passed on to the recipient of the blood -- including HIV. If donated blood appears to have HIV or any other abnormality, the donor will be notified within a few weeks. This m...
Routine blood work is in fact a battery of separate tests, all run on samples of your blood. Each test looks for a different thing. While there's no reason why the tests shouldn't include a specific test for HIV, this isn't necessarily routine practi...
If you're reading this, you are likely at extremely low risk of ever transmitting HIV to anyone else -- and there's lots of ways to bring it down even further or wipe out risk, while still having hot sex.