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Can you get hiv from a blowjob

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Today, it is widely known that the HIV-virus, can only be transmitted through five bodily fluids, which possess the quantity and quality to transmit the HIV.

These five fluids are: Once this fact is clarified, we can dispel wrong pieces of information about the transmission of HIV.

Transmission of HIV

In fact, knowing this, we can realize that, despite everything, HIV is a virus difficult to transmit, unlike others. It is well known that both anal and vaginal are at high risk of transmission.

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However, there are people who think that the HIV is only transmitted through this previous sexual practices, leaving aside the oral sex.

It is true that the transmission of HIV through oral sex is very low or almost zero; however, it does not mean that it cannot be transmitted through oral sex.

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The person who perform oral sex have the highest risk. Specifically when a man with HIV ejaculates into the mouth of another person.

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It will make a great difference to reduce the chances of acquiring the virus. However, there are also many factors that may increase the risk when performing oral sex.

Any of these sexual practices can transmit HIV. The highest risk is for those who practice oral sex to a man with HIV, and he ejaculates into the mouth. This means that if the person who practices oral sex has any ulcer in the mouth, or some other factor that put them at risk, and the man with HIV ejaculates into the mouth, the risk of HIV transmission increases.

In another case, if the person who performs oral sexual has HIV, the blood from his mouth can enter the body of the person receiving oral sex through the lining of the urethra the opening at the tip of the penisthe vagina, cervix or anus; or through cuts and sores.

Apart from being at risk of acquiring HIV through oral sex, there are also other sexually transmitted infections STIs that can be transmitted more easily. PrEP is a drug called Truvada, which can be prescribed to people with a high risk of acquiring HIV in order to prevent the infection.


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