- For unprotected rectal intercourse with an HIV-positive partner with a totally suppressed viral load, the calculated risk of disease is zero.
- If HIV is certainly not completely suppressed by effective therapy, anal sex without condoms is just a high-risk route of intimate HIV transmission for the insertive and partner that is receptive.
- Intimately sent infections while the HIV-positive partner being recently infected raise the threat of transmission.
In the event that partner that is HIV-positive taking antiretroviral therapy and has now a completely suppressed viral load (‘undetectable’), the possibility of HIV transmission through rectal intercourse is zero.
The PARTNER-2 research observed 783 male partners when the partner that is HIV-positive an undetectable viral load with no condoms were utilized in anal sex. Continue reading Rectal intercourse and also the danger of HIV transmission