Well, we all know that having a sex life is not at all a crime! But, (yes, there’s a BUT) having it with multiple men/women will lead you to a deadly stage. Well, this means that you all must be aware of the term HIV that takes the life of a person slowly and gradually. You even must be aware of the reason for the infection, but you must not be aware of the steps to keep the virus at an arm’s length. Just take a look at the article below and find out more about this!
- Should know which body fluids carry HIV
First, you should know that any uninfected person can get HIV if he/she comes into the contact of any infected person through their rectal fluid, pre-seminal fluid, breast milk, blood, semen, and vaginal fluids.
- Have proper test before coming close
Unfortunately, many people around the world think that they are free from HIV but, you never know your partner is also free from the virus or not. So, it’s better to have HIV test before having sex. Especially, then, when you are going to have intercourse with a new partner.
- Avoid Sex with unknown partners
The experts say that it’s always better to have closeness with trusted and fewer partners as it reduces the risk of deadly virus.
- Use protections while vaginal sex
Yes, and the experts say that the safest thing you can use to protect yourself from getting infected with the virus is a latex female condom and a normal condom.
- Avoid unfaithful artificial artworks
Here’s what you need to know – always prefer licensed artists for any type of body enhancements like piercings or tattoos as unauthorized artists may use contaminated devices that may infect you.
- Use fresh needle and clean equipment
Always use fresh needle and clean equipment, and make sure the injection that you are going to use is not used by anyone else before and it will be best if it’s fresh one. And clean equipment will reduce the risk of the virus.
- Start using pills like Prophylaxis
Do you know what’s Prophylaxis? Well, this is the pill that is taken by the no-infected person only for battling the virus if ever it comes into contact. And use the pill only if prescribed by a doctor.