Can an HIV positive man have unprotected sex with an HIV negative woman and leave her uninfected?
You may as well play Russian Roulette. Sure, perhaps she won't get it and maybe she will -- but does anyone really want to play that game? No one with HIV should ever, ever be having unprotected sex -- even with an HIV+ partner, who can have a different or worse strain of the virus. This can wreck the effectiveness of the medications one or both partners are taking.
It is possible that she would not be infected, but unlikely. It is easier for men to infect women through unprotected sex than for women to infect men.
Yes. Indeed, most encounters with HIV positive people do not result in HIV transmission. This is particularly true when the hiv infected partner has a low viral load.
I think if someone is HIV positive and you are negative and you sleep with them, the chances of you getting HIV are very high. If I found out a man had HIV, I wouldn't even sleep with him with him wearing a condom on. I would be too scared too. What if the condom breaks?
No not always. There is only a risk a great risk if it's unprotected sex. Sometimes you might get 'lucky' and get away with it. But my advice would be to use two condoms to stop been infected.
well if you let her know that you are hiv and she wants to go ahead with it double the condoms and have fun
i don't know and i wouldn't take any advice on here seriously. you need to get this information from your doctor.
of course it's possible, but to even risk it is criminal in my humble opinion
if anyones stupid enough to try this then i hope they have fun with hiv
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