Can a person with HIV have no partner infections?

Can a person with HIV have no partner infections?

Can a person with HIV have no partner infections?

And, if the person with HIV was consistently on HIV medications, with an undetectable HIV viral load, there were no partner infections. It is important to note that the couples in this study were encouraged to use condoms.

Can a person with HIV transmit it to another person?

HIV is a sexually transmitted disease (similar to gonorrhea, syphilis, etc.). A person infected with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) can transmit it to an uninfected person via unsafe sex. If, however, one, two, three or more sex partners are not HIV infected, they (obviously?) cannot transmit what they don’t have, right? Of course right!

Can a woman with HIV pass the virus to her child?

Women infected with HIV can pass the virus to their child during pregnancy or while they are giving birth, or through their breast milk. The chances are greatly reduced, however if the mother is taking effective HIV drugs (antiretroviral therapy) throughout their pregnancy, labor, and delivery.

Can you get HIV from two HIV negative people?

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Can a man with HIV conceive with a woman without HIV?

In addition, the HIV-negative male partner may take HIV medications to reduce his risk of infection with HIV, beginning before attempts at conception and continuing afterward (this is called pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP), though it is not clear that this step is necessary if the woman’s HIV viral load is undetectable.

Can a partner with HIV be infected with HIV?

The most dangerous possibility for HIV transmission occurs when a partner is infected but doesn’t know it, says Marilyn Henderson, BSN, RN, the director of the science department at the Medical Institute for Sexual Health in Austin, Texas.

Can a HIV positive woman have a Home insemination?

If you are an HIV-positive woman and your male partner is HIV negative. A safe and “low-tech” method is to do home insemination using your partner’s semen and a needleless syringe, timed with your ovulation. This can be done in the clinic, if you do not feel comfortable doing it at home. By this method, your partner has no possible exposure to HIV.

Can a person with HIV have a child?

Your partner has no possible exposure to HIV with this method. Fancier approaches are not really needed in this situation unless you and your partner have fertility problems. If you have concerns, you can seek advice and assistance at a fertility clinic or an HIV clinic with experience in preventing perinatal (mother-to-child) transmission of HIV.