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    Visit coronavirus. You can also use other HIV prevention methods, below. If you are living with HIV , the most important thing you can do to prevent transmission and stay healthy is to take your HIV medication known as antiretroviral therapy or ART , every day, exactly as prescribed. There also are other options to choose from, below. The more of these actions you take, the safer you can be.
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    Can You Get HIV From Having Sex With Someone Who Has AIDS?

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    We know a lot about how HIV is transmitted from person to person. Having safer sex means you take this into account and avoid risky practices. If you have HIV, you need to protect your health. When it comes to sex, this means practicing safer sex like using condoms to avoid sexually transmitted diseases like herpes and hepatitis. HIV makes it harder for your body to fight off diseases.
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    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. The greatest risk is when blood or sexual fluid touches the soft, moist areas mucous membrane inside the rectum, vagina, mouth, or at the tip of the penis. These can be damaged easily, which gives HIV a way to get into the body. Vaginal or rectal intercourse without protection is unsafe.
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