Sexual fluids come from a man's penis or from a woman's vagina, before, during, or after orgasm. HIV can be transmitted when infected fluid gets into someone's body. If you and your partners are not infected with HIV, there is no risk. HIV needs to get into the body for infection to occur.
Safe sex is sexual activity using methods or devices such as condoms to reduce the risk of transmitting or acquiring sexually transmitted infections STIs , especially HIV. It is also sometimes used colloquially to describe methods aimed at preventing pregnancy that may or may not also lower STI risks. Promoting safe sex is now one of the main aims of sex education and STI prevention, especially reducing new HIV infections. Safe sex is regarded as a harm reduction strategy aimed at reducing the risk of STI transmission. Although some safe sex practices like condoms can also be used as birth control contraception , most forms of contraception do not protect against STIs. Likewise, some safe sex practices, such as partner selection and low-risk sex behavior, [ example needed ] might not be effective forms of contraception.
Preventing transmission of HIV-to others remains a critical element of care to protect both the health of those living with HIV and that of their partners. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC recommends 1 that clinicians who treat patients living with HIV infection integrate routine discussions about safer sexual practices into every office visit. Recent research suggests that health care provider-initiated brief conversations about sexual behavior at every visit, with every patient, can help HIV-infected patients adopt positive behavior changes, including:. Regular screening for STDs provides a benchmark for sexual behavioral assessment for both men and women living with HIV.
And with the right precautions, even that most intimate of connections — conceiving a child together — can safely be accomplished. One way to address the anxiety about infecting a partner is to understand the exact level of risk involved with different types of sexual activity. Among heterosexuals, vaginal intercourse is a common route of HIV transmission, with the woman at greater risk for HIV infection than the man. In heterosexual sex, that is the woman. She notes that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC , receptive anal intercourse carries a risk for HIV transmission 17 times greater than receptive vaginal intercourse.
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