Are you positive already wanna share any good or bad experience .. Stigmas people have.?
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|Posted On Aug 28, 2019 - 05:19 PM|
What is prep?
|Posted On Sep 1, 2019 - 08:10 AM|
As a being Doctor I can throw valuable light on it..
Is called preexposure prophylaxis a preventive n precautionary medicine for HIV infection.
It contains two drugs in it which has to be taken by person with a high risk like homosexuals.
It can prevent oneself from only HIV but not from other STDs like herpes, syphylis, gonorrhoea etc...
Before taking this medicine one has to confirm that he is HIV -ve bcos u don’t have to continue PreP for life time..
It has to be taken only when you know that u are going to connect multiple sexual partner so called polygamous...
If someone is HIV +ve taking PreP increases resistance to these ***..
I hope this will help u..
|Posted On Sep 1, 2019 - 08:26 AM|
Thanks niljag. Is it available without prescription? I guess it should be.... And Are there any known side effects of prep?
|Posted On Sep 1, 2019 - 10:16 AM|
PreP or any medication shouldn't be taken without doctors consultation.. And it is not available over counter without proper prescription..
Once started, it shouldn't be stopped or terminated again without doctor's advice. And indeed there are side effects of such heavy medicine taking regularly. Even you take crosin regularly, it will be having side effects. PreP will be higher doses now.
|Posted On Sep 1, 2019 - 08:53 PM|
So does it mean that before you plan to have unprotected ***, you visit a doctor and start a long term dosage of prep?
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 12:00 AM|
Thanks Dr. niljag... for ur information...
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 06:41 AM|
PrEP is something you have to start and stop only with Doctors consultation.. And it is only giving protection with HIV(it is again not full 100%).. If one with PrEP still goes for rampant ***, that guy is still open to various other Sexually Transmitted Diseases such as gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes and very negligible chances of HIV as well.
PrEP meant for guy who has positive partner.. Positive negative closed relationships.. Unprotected *** with undetectable positive person and negative person on PrEP will have absolutely rarest chance of transmission.
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 06:48 AM|
Ok so I guess if a doctor starts you on prep, he will stop it if he's sure you've not contracted HIV?
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 06:58 AM|
Guys, PreEP is precautionary measure. Pre Exposure Prophylaxis.. It is for ppl who are willingly exposed to bareback ***. Unprotected *** can be addictive. So such PPL while being negative can start with PrEP. Means blood will be having antiviral medicines already. so even if virus enters will be denatured by medicine.
IMPORTANT NOTE: there is always small chance of getting infection even with PrEP.
So don't think that you start with PrEP then u can have any amout of *** shots.
There is something called PEP.. Post Exposure Prophylaxis.. It is immediate curative measure. Example if in hospital nurse get needle *** which is used on positive patient, or you knw you had unprotected *** with positive person immediately(within some hours window) person can receive PEP.means heavy does of anti HIV medicine.
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 07:03 AM|
Further, both this PrEP or PEP meant for purpose other than uninhibited, unlimited ***. It is to save lives and lead a normal life.
Some ppl unfortunately get exposed to HIV, in labs, in hospital.. Some wise ppl in love stand with their positive partner. Such ppl get benefits from such medicines.
PrEP or PEP won't give anyone license to hv *** unlimitedly.
Be wise, educate yourself.
Seems ppl are more curious about it. It is more authentic if you visit a proper counseling services or hospital for it.
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 09:15 AM|
PREP is available in India under the name 'Tenvir EM'. It's manufactured by CIPLA Pharmaceuticals. Most medical stores sell it without a prescription, but it's mostly available in big medical stores like the ones outside big government or private hospitals in your city. If the medicine is out of stock, you can ask the chemist to order it for you from the stockist. It's expensive, so most medical stores don't stock it (Rs.2200 for 30 tablets).
Some people may initially suffer from side effects after starting this medicine. But the side effects like headache or nausea go away in 3 or 4 days. Most people suffer from side effects when they start on any medicine. And that's the case with this medicine too. Some people don't get any side effects, so it's how your body reacts to the medication.
You must take 1 tablet daily for 30 days. After that you can stop taking the medicine if your not exposing yourself to the virus. The *** stays in your blood for not more than 48 hours, so there are no reported long term side effects as such. But if you take it for 10 years non-stop, there could be some side effects. We don't know because there aren't many studies on the side effects of taking PREP for such long duration since the *** is relatively new. You must start PREP, 7 or 8 days before having ***. PREP doesn't work after a person is exposed to the virus. You must complete the 30 day course and not miss even a single dose if you think you may have been exposed to the virus. Some people think it's better to suffer from some side effects for a short period, than get HIV. It''s each ones choice.
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 09:18 AM|
According to medical studies, PREP has 92 percent success rate, so the best course of action would be to take PREP and practise safe *** too.
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 09:39 AM|
instead of spending so much on PREP, practice safe *** n use condoms...
|Posted On Sep 2, 2019 - 05:18 PM|
Can anyone tell if there are possibilities of any STDs if we indulge in mere body play? I am mainly talking about rolling over each other naked with *** in touch but no penetration kind of situation without condom?
Sometimes there are chances of precum oozing out of ***! Can this lead to spread of STDs?
|Posted On Sep 3, 2019 - 06:45 AM|
Yes Ragjuveerkd, you can get some STDs with body contact like Oral and genital Herpes, gonorrhea and Chlamydia. The Herpes virus is present on the surface of the skin of an infected person and it can easily be passed on to someone else through the moist skin that lines the ***, anus, and genitals. The virus may also spread to another individual through other areas of skin, as well as the eyes.
The gonorrhea bacteria are most often passed from one person to another during sexual bodily contact.
Chlamydia is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia. The disease is spread by oral contact.
Also pubic lies can be spread through bodily contact.
Hope this answers your question.
|Posted On Oct 8, 2019 - 06:29 PM|
I have a friend who is HIV POSITIVE and UNDETECTABLE and takes HIV MEDS 1 everyday.
He is having protective *** but sometimes his male partner after suc--- him eats the ***.
Will the partner be infected with any sexual disease
|Posted On Oct 8, 2019 - 06:37 PM|
Also if a person is HIV POSITIVE UNDETECTABLE and on Meds can he have ORAL *** without sollowing the *** just ***. Is he ya she prone to anything serious.
|Posted On Oct 10, 2019 - 01:52 AM|
As per my knowledge, hiv is present in human body are blood and sprum.
Virus maybe not detectable but still it present.
If any normal guy is *** a *** of hiv positive guy, hiv risk transmission is only 5%
But if he took the *** inside , virus will enter in his body and start developing itself. It won't be shown in test as it's low. Generally it takes 3-6 months to develop the virus.
Suppose you visit a place and had fun with a random guy, Incase even if you get affected with hiv it won't be visible even after a month.it takes 3-6 months.
Go to doctor and tell them you maybe exposed to virus so he will start prep course for 3 months.
Chances are very rare to be safe anyhow
|Posted On Oct 26, 2019 - 09:01 AM|
U=U is a proven concept.
Undetectable = Untransmittable
If one has viral load below 50copies/ml then he can't transmit HIV sexually.
|Posted On Oct 26, 2019 - 10:50 AM|
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 12:13 PM|
hi. recently i had a unprotected *** where i fkd a guy. i cummed in. do i have possibility to get affected ? any precaution or when i need to see the doctor before if anything happens to me. am so worried.
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 01:10 PM|
If you had unprotected *** then you should visit doctor immediately.... explain ordeal and he would advice you to start Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) which is to be started within 72 hours of the sexual act.
Do not try self medication.
After 3 months and 6 months get yourself tested for HIV and other STD.
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 03:27 PM|
🔥🔥 Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a daily course of antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) taken by HIV-negative people to protect themselves from infection.
Evidence shows that, when taken consistently and correctly, PrEP reduces the chances of HIV infection to near-zero.
PrEP is cost effective, and there is growing demand for it from people at higher risk of HIV infection, but the scale and coverage currently remains limited.
PrEP does not protect against other STIs so needs to be delivered as part of a comprehensive package of HIV/STI prevention services.
PrEP’s effectiveness decreases rapidly if not taken regularly as prescribed, so addressing the barriers preventing adherence is key to success.
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 03:31 PM|
Please suggest any clinic where we can go and take the PrEP course
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 05:38 PM|
Just walk into any Govt hospital and get checked
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 08:07 PM|
India has the third largest HIV epidemic in the world, with 2.1 million people living with HIV.
India’s epidemic is concentrated among key affected populations including *** workers and men who have *** with men. The National AIDS Control Programme, however, has made particular efforts to reach these two high-risk groups with HIV interventions.
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 08:09 PM|
Men who have *** with men (MSM)
Around 2.7% of men who have *** with men in India are living with HIV, of whom around 65% are aware of their status.15
HIV prevalence varies between areas. For example, around 10% of men who have *** with men in Andhra Pradesh and 5% in Maharashtra are estimated to be living with HIV.16
A 2015 study of men who have *** with men, conducted across 12 Indian cities, found 7% tested positive for HIV. Just under a third (30%) of those who reported having *** or oral *** with a man in the past 12 months were married to a women and engaging in heterosexual ***.17 The study also found evidence of emerging epidemics among men who have *** with men in urban areas not previously recognised as having high HIV burdens.
In September 2018, India’s Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality between consenting adults. The ruling overturned Section 377, a British pre-colonial era law that banned ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature’ and carried a maximum jail sentence of 10 years. To date this law meant that HIV services were out of reach for men who have *** with men. The decision overturned a ruling made by the Supreme Court in 2013 that reinstated Section 377, having previously suspended it in 2009.18
|Posted On Nov 20, 2019 - 08:11 PM|
HIV prevalence among transgender people in India was estimated to be 3.1% in 2017, the second highest prevalence among all key populations in the country. Around 68% of HIV positive transgender people are aware of their status.24
In India, being a hijra (also known as ‘aravani’, ‘aruvani’ or ‘jagappa’ in other areas) is an identity associated with being a transgender woman, intersex or a eunuch. However, not all transgender women in India belong to a hijra community. The traditional background of hijras is linked to high-risk behaviours such as alcohol and substance abuse, and low literacy rates.25
|Posted On Dec 1, 2019 - 05:32 AM|
How many of still don't you condoms for oral ***?
How many of still haven't tested themselves if you have active *** life?
|Posted On Dec 1, 2019 - 07:07 AM|
Today is World AIDS day.....
Be safe, always do protected ***.
|Posted On Dec 2, 2019 - 10:46 AM|
I receive oral. My *** ur *** types, never with condom. Any risk?
|Posted On Dec 2, 2019 - 11:48 AM|
High risk. Have diagnosed Hunky
|Posted On Dec 3, 2019 - 04:18 AM|
Blowjobs should be a great time for everyone involved, and getting rid of any misconceptions about HIV and STIs means you can enjoy the moment without worry.
How risky is oral *** for HIV?
***-*** isn't what we'd call high risk. The lining of your *** is strong, and saliva actually contains antibodies that neutralise and deactivate the virus.
So it's pretty hard to infect the skin inside your *** - but you should still check for cuts and ulcers both in the *** and on the ***, because these can create a path for HIV to get into your bloodstream.
Flossing and vigorous brushing can cause gum bleeding which puts you at a higher risk of being infected when you're giving a beej, so that's something to keep in mind when you're getting ready to go out on a Friday night (don't tell your dentist we said that)!
Is it safe to get *** in my *** or to swallow ***?
If your partner nuts in your *** it does increase the risk of HIV, because HIV can be in *** (it's can be in precum too, but in much lower amounts). The risk is still extremely low, but you should spit or swallow quickly. Stomach acid and enzymes in the esophagus kill HIV, so it’s the length of time the *** is in your *** that’s the risky part.
Remember the saying: Spit or swallow, don't let it wallow!
Is it safe for someone living with HIV to *** my ***?
People living with HIV have very low concentrations of the virus in their saliva, so the threat of HIV transmission is extremely low.
And if they're on treatment and have maintained an undetectable viral load for more than six months, then there's no risk of transmission from oral *** (or even *** ***!).
What if they don't know their HIV status?
A person is most infectious in the first two weeks of acquiring HIV, so it's much more likely that you'd contract HIV from someone who doesn't know they have it.
For blowjobs, transmission risk increases slightly with a high viral load - but it's still almost 0%.
What about other STIs?
So HIV isn't a high risk when you're giving/getting head, but that doesn't mean you're protected from any other STIs.
You can get syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia from blowjobs, as well as other types of inflammation caused by bacteria in the ***. So while you're relatively safe from HIV, if you're having oral *** with multiple partners you should be getting tested for STIs at least once every three months.
What if we decide to ***?
While condoms and lube aren’t necessary for oral ***, it's incredibly important to make sure you're using at least one form of protection for *** ***.
|Posted On Dec 3, 2019 - 05:55 PM|
here some guys told they are ready to take without condom... it is very dangerous.. please be secure
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