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Jump to. HIV is transmitted through semen cum and pre-cumvaginal fluid, blood, and anal mucus. During sex without a condom the bodily fluids from one person can pass into the body of their sexual partner. This can happen through the mucous membranes of the penis, vagina and rectum, or sores in the mouth and throat. Anal sex has the biggest HIV risk because the lining of the anus is more delicate than the lining of the vagina.
HIV human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that attacks the immune system.
In AIDS, the immune system is severely weakened. People with AIDS get serious infections and health problems.
HIV spre when infected blood, semen "cum" or vaginal fluids enter the body. Because symptoms can be mild at first, people with HIV might not know they're infected. They can spread HIV to others without knowing it.
The best way to protect yourself from HIV is to not have sex vaginal, oral, or anal and not share needles. Understanding how HIV spre can help you make safer choices about sex.
Talk to your doctor if you have any questions about HIV and if you want to get tested. Reviewed by: Robyn R. Miller, MD. Larger text size Large text size Regular text size.
What Is HIV? HIV can spread: during sex especially anal sex and vaginal sex through sharing needles for injecting drugs or tattooing by getting stuck with a needle with an infected person's blood on it HIV also can pass from mother to child during pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding. HIV does not spread through: pee, poop, spit, throw-up, or sweat as long as no blood is present coughing or sneezing holding hands sharing eating utensils or drinking glasses How Can I Protect Myself?
If you decide to have sex, reduce your risk of getting HIV by: using a condom every time you have sex including vaginal, oral, or anal sex getting tested for HIV and making sure all partners do too reducing the of sexual partners you have getting tested and treated for STDs sexually transmitted diseases ; having an STD increases the risk of HIV infection Understanding how HIV spre can help you make safer choices about sex.