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Submitted by t3ddy Location: All India (All India, India)

Like to share any safe *** tips ?

wanna discuss about your recent unsafe encounter??

Any thing related to HIV /STDs

Are you positive already wanna share any good or bad experience .. Stigmas people have.?

Can you have *** with a poz person?

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Posted On Apr 14, 2019 - 03:45 AM

Its always best to use condom..No one has the time to notice each n evrything, wat'd u do if ur partnr hv any symptom n u dont notice it n make a blowjob without condom.. cz confirmatn is always by diagnostic tsts only nt mere by notice each n evrything..So bettr to use condom..cz risk is always thr,evn its 1%

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Posted On Apr 14, 2019 - 05:47 AM

You get STDs by just touch or kiss itself. What condom can do here? Condom is very safe for *** ***. Oral, its waste

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Posted On Apr 14, 2019 - 06:53 AM

Guys when it comes to safety consider using condoms for blowjob as well, else risk is yours whether 1% or more STD's more dangerous... Won't you get pleasure with condoms ??? Think about it

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Posted On Apr 14, 2019 - 09:56 AM

@hotboysbengalur, .... seems like u don't like to use condoms, ur this behaviour is careless, I suvess has said absolutely correct, u r putting yourself as well as other people into danger, this attitude can cause u harm.i agree blowjob is less risky when it compares to *** ***, but still can ignore it, u can contract infections through it (STD STI HIV), I agree by kissing or touching u could get or pass infections. But try safer *** as much as possible. Don't carried away

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Posted On Apr 18, 2019 - 07:19 AM

Also people should definitely do medical checkup once in 5-6 months if you are invloved in too much of activities.

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Posted On May 11, 2019 - 08:45 PM

I regularly check my stats..for HIV n STD...even tho i know that my reports gonna be clean but i ll be very nervous..

Dont worry about the staff..they are trained for this...and please you dont care if they care!..just go with a calm mind...easy to say but anyone wud get a lil anxious..

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Posted On Jun 2, 2019 - 04:39 PM

Safe ***
Cover dic with condom always
Kiss only lips no French kising
Look for cuts, boils, bleeding, skin infections, *** ulcers,
Don't touch Blood any time even sperm always in condom and throw it
Intact skin is always safe and heathly you can play as long as you want.. Don't damage skin with nails and teeth it protects you from getting infected
Used water based lubricant. Not oil as it might tear condom... *** *** is most likely to cause tears in internal mucosa so never go for bare backing or BBC
Use PrEP tablets for a month if think the above things have failed from doctor you can say u had unsafe *** wt women and you are worried you will get the medication
Get tested first repeat regularly after every 6 months

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Posted On Jun 2, 2019 - 05:55 PM

Oral without condoms is unsafe?

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Posted On Jun 2, 2019 - 07:31 PM

There is no such thing as SAFE ***. All you can try having is a SAFER ***.

Sexual acts come with their own risk, including ORALS.

Chance of you getting HIV through oral *** are very low, unless there are blisters, cuts n bleeding gums.

However that should not make you complacent. There is a whole battery of STDs which you can get through oral ***.

1. HPV - Condoms are of no use
2. Gonorrhoea
3. Herpes
4. Syphilis

To name the main ones. Few decades back they were not a big problem. However due to irresponsible use of antibiotics, *** RESISTANT strains of these diseases have become a big problem.

I don't want to scare anybody. Just be aware that there are real risks involved and act responsibly.

Especially MARRIED GUYS. Please get tested regularly, else apart getting treated for a disease, you would have to do some real explaining regarding how you got it in first place.

You can go to DrLal Pathlab and ask for STD PANEL. Based on my knowledge, it is one of the most cost effective package out there.


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Posted On Jun 3, 2019 - 02:08 AM

In Mumbai try yes4me Google it. Safe , cheap and anonymous

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Posted On Jun 3, 2019 - 03:00 AM

@masterbot - Yes, you are right. There test is much more cheap. HIV + STD Screening only for 550. Pretty good!!

Learnt something new today.


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Posted On Jun 8, 2019 - 05:54 AM

@slimtop95, although chances getting HIV through oral is less, there is high chance of getting STDs

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Posted On Jun 8, 2019 - 05:56 AM

Also chances of getting STDs for the person recieving oral is relatively less as compared to the one giving it

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Posted On Jun 13, 2019 - 04:42 PM

Blowjob wont get u HIV but will get syphilus which acts as medium for HiV...There are infection like Gonorrhea too.These all spread thru blowjob

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Posted On Jun 13, 2019 - 05:45 PM

What’s the best way to protect ourselves while blowjobs? condom?

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Posted On Jun 14, 2019 - 12:48 PM

What kind of infections transfer through kissing with an infected person?
Which infections u could get skin to skin contact ( rubbing your body on your partner's body.

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Posted On Jun 14, 2019 - 02:38 PM

There are few things you can't fully protect against. Condom can help in reducing the risk but cannot eliminate the risk.

HPV (condom is of no use)
Herpes (condom is of no use)
Syphils (condom is not of much use)
Gonorrhoea (helpful)
Chlamydia (helpful)
Trichomoniasis (helpful)

As a general practice, apart from not having *** with sore throat, ulcers, bleeding gums and cuts, also look for following:

Any boils, warts, ulcers on the other person's genital. PLEASE NOTE people can pass STDs without manifesting any symptoms (SILENT CARRIERS). Hence this by no means is a full proof method.

Also don't swallow or take into *** pre-*** or ***.

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Posted On Jun 14, 2019 - 02:39 PM

By the way. Above post is in reference to oral *** and use of comdoms, however is also helpful during *** and vaginal ***.

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Posted On Jun 16, 2019 - 08:23 AM

Is it possible that you could get an infections by handjob from an infected person???🤔🤔
An infected person is giving handjob to you, & u haven't put Condom, could get skin infections like HPV,herpes,Syphils from an infected person.

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Posted On Jun 16, 2019 - 02:41 PM

@Blowbang - There is hardly anything you can do about HPV. Most of us already have one type or the other but don't show any symptom. It is the genital warts related HPV which is the most troublesome. So not much you can do about it, apart from not having *** with someone with visible genital warts. However you cannot get the same from a handjob.

For the rest of the STDs mentioned, again handjob is as safe as it gets.

So ya, when in doubt, compromise with a handjob ;)


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Posted On Jun 16, 2019 - 04:29 PM

just to add onto vishal, if ur giving handjob... Be sure there r no visible warts on genitals..

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Posted On Jun 16, 2019 - 04:34 PM

And also refrain from giving handjob if u have any cuts on ur hand..just stating the obvious

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Posted On Jun 16, 2019 - 04:46 PM

Another thing guys. If u think you are at high risk of HIV exposure, which might be due to your profession (*** worker) or sexual behaviour (drugs, high fun etc.) then you might consider thinking about PREP.

Not sure how you can get PREP in India.

I am no expert on this, hence would advise you to go to your gay friendly doctor or reputed organisations like Humsafar Trust.

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rocking 45
Posted On Jun 19, 2019 - 05:34 PM

His Friends I am HIV POSITIVE my CD4 is 356 as on today and my VL is below 20 copies Undetectable.

Can I still have *** no ANALS but ORALS and kissing etc.
I am onot med for HIV

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Posted On Jun 20, 2019 - 01:03 PM

@rocking45, You do not need anyone's permission to have ***. HIV positive people can have as much as *** as HIV negative people. eIf you are concerned about the ethicality, undetectable people are not at all likely to pass on infection. What I would be concerned is if my partner is open to me about their HIV status. As long your partner makes an informed choice any type of *** should be okay. It is, however, advisable for you to talk to a physician who can monitor your viral loads regularly and advise.

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Posted On Jun 20, 2019 - 06:38 PM

@rocking 45, you CDR cohntbis low. I hope you have started ART medicines. You got to have ART and also a healthy diet. Do regular exercise and keep yourself in good spirit. The mental disposition helps a lot. Accept your situation and look at it positively. You can change it. No unprotected *** anymore because you will be destroying the life of another too.

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Posted On Jun 22, 2019 - 09:27 AM

PREP is available in India. It's sold by CIPLA Pharmaceutical under the name Tenvir EM. This medicine is also given to *** victims at government hospitals to reduce any risk of HIV transmission. It comes in a plastic bottle of 30 tablets. You don't need a prescription to buy this at many medical stores. Mostly only big medical stores stock it. If you think you were exposed to the virus, don't wait. Start PREP within 48 to 72 hours and continue taking it for a month. You need to have one tablet each day for 30 days. You're not supposed to miss any doses.

Some HIV negative people who are sexually active are also on PREP. It reduces the risk of HIV by almost 92 percent. If you take PREP, there are extremely low chances of contracting HIV. It costs around Rs 2500 for a bottle, but worth taking it. The best protection is using a condom, but sometimes accidents do happen or sometimes people do bareback in the heat of the moment or are tricked into bareback. I always use condoms, but I keep a bottle of PREP with me to make sure I have it if I need it.

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Posted On Jun 23, 2019 - 11:11 AM

*Effective HIV treatment reduces the amount of HIV in your body fluids.
*Once the amount of HIV in your body fluids is reduced to an ‘undetectable’ level, you cannot pass on HIV during ***.
*This is what is meant by the slogan 'Undetectable equals Untransmittable' ('U=U').

The amount of HIV in your body fluids is called your viral load. Effective HIV treatment (antiretroviral therapy) suppresses the amount of HIV in your body fluids to the point where standard tests are unable to detect any HIV, or can only find a tiny trace.

Having an undetectable viral load does not mean you are cured of HIV. If you stopped taking treatment, your viral load would increase and once again be detectable.

Having an undetectable viral load does mean that there is not enough HIV in your body fluids to pass HIV on during ***. In other words, you are not infectious.

For as long as your viral load stays undetectable, your chance of passing on HIV to a sexual partner is zero. As the campaign slogan puts it, 'Undetectable equals Untransmittable' or 'U=U'.

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Posted On Jul 10, 2019 - 07:38 AM

Guys don't put yourself into trouble, avoid unprotected ***,
Even protected *** cannot save u for some STI n STd's,u could get herpes with safe ***. N other infections. Some of them are curable,some of them are not.
Guys gays *** is vulnerable, don't get me wrong, it becomes vulnerable because it involves *** ***, the tissues near *** *** couldn't easily tear n would near anus could invite many diseases. Heterosexual *** *** is also risky
But gay community in India is small than u think, one guy who does something wid u could be involved with many guys than u think, so avoid unprotected ***, avoid gay *** if u are not sure about that person.

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Posted On Jul 10, 2019 - 06:10 PM

Kissing - a sign of love, starting of a good *** moment, still you'll get STDs
Suppose you are healthy guy and your handsome partner who has cuts/ulcers inside *** or body, infected handsome guys having *** , maybe you will get STDs for sure, caused by exchange of saliva or other activities
Problem is you think it will be safe as you did nothing wrong, but you will be infected slowly slowly, virus may grow in your body and you can check on web, labs about "number of peoples who are suffering STI or related diseases."

companies who produces condoms they are also not taking responsibility of safe *** as 100 percent safe ***.

I talk very less generally but here's important thing
" Have safe *** , see your partners status , check his genitals, skins and all then go for fun, avoid multiple partners
Thank you.

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Posted On Jul 11, 2019 - 11:07 AM

@ salim bt....Generally person getting HIV is not feel weak in early stages...but as times grows many problems appears because antibody system got week
If a person with HIV not started medication then it take about 8-10 years to become AIDS.
In the stuation of AIDS , immune system of body get very week...& the many deseasses like TB , syphlis ,fever etc attacks on body in bunches & then resulting to death.
But if anybody with HIV , take proper medicationin early stage then he/ she can live a healthy life

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Posted On Jul 16, 2019 - 05:45 PM

For any problems regarding your health
Always visit any clinic/doctor as they'll always help you from getting worst.
For skin disease, go to skin specialist, and tell them that you've involved in Male2male ***(MSM) activities as active/passive
they'll tell you to do blood test, once reports comes , everything will be good!
It's always confidential with doctors!!

One more thing,
Suppose you had *** today with the guy who is hiv positive /normal guy and in case you got infected and hiv virus enters in your body and if you go for hiv test , it will be negative only as Virus takes 3-6 months to develop itself
Still you can be on PREP, so even by mistakely you are exposed to virus and you are on PREP , You won't be positive in some cases

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Posted On Jul 21, 2019 - 04:02 PM

HIV test are free in all government hospital or get is from directly to any lab like : Anand laboratory ,Lal path lab etc there are many lab available in each state and it cost hardly 400 - 800 INR any support in Bangalore to get tested let me know I can help you get tested .
* I don't charge any money for this help it's free help so don't hesitate to ask .

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Posted On Jul 24, 2019 - 11:25 AM

Friends whoever has engaged in any kind of exposure sexual activity do get checked, because you won't initially anything, but as times passes, if u r inflected,den u start noticing infections symptoms, it might be STI,STD or even HIV.
So don't give falls hopes to yourself,go n get tested.
Because delay will affect u badly.
U might not get HIV
But u could get STD &STI
most of STD n STI are curable, but some are not
They will make ur like hell.
Pus may comes out from Ur ***😥😥😥😥
Ur *** may get caught by genital herpes.in this will wards inside Ur foreskin n on glans 😟😟😟
Don't take it lightly.
Because it's dangerous than we think.
Do use condoms, dental dams
Don't do anything kind sexual activity wen u r not about another person
Don't engage with multiple partners.
Guys STD's n STI's are very easily pass to anybody.
My friend caught with genital herpes, his *** looking like a garage,
That's y u should get checked regularly for STD n STI

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Posted On Jul 31, 2019 - 08:41 PM

Guys can anyone tell me if I can get my checked for STd and STI in Delhi for free ? Or if not then how much it will cost me .

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Posted On Aug 22, 2019 - 06:07 PM

Guys I m HIV infected . Can anyone tell me good and discreet place to go for checkup and treatment. I m afraid now. Today only I came to know . Had went to take policy and was gone for medical checkup a week before.today got call my policy rejected and I m hiv

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Posted On Aug 22, 2019 - 06:14 PM

lifefun you should have to go in government hospital there they have an separate department for it. you will get medicine and taking care of also.

all the very best and take care. so no to unsafe *** everybody.

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Posted On Aug 22, 2019 - 09:23 PM

Sorry to hear that, you are HIV positive.😧
Bro you should go to government hospital as mentioned by nudelove.
Must start treatment which will be prescribed to you.
Don't miss any single dose.u can Iive life like normal person.
Don't do sexual activities untill doctors consultation.
It will put u and others to danger.
Bro don't get scared, there are institutions which supports HIV people, and help them.
Bro everything will be alright.
I hope the reports by which u made conclusion, are wrong.
U should do all required tests in reliable pathology laboratory. Some laboratories had given wrong tests reports to patients which ruined their life.
God bless you

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Posted On Aug 22, 2019 - 09:36 PM

Friends please do safe ***,
Do get tested after every 6 moths
Also do get tested for STD and STI tests.
Must use condoms even for oral *** and dental dams

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Posted On Aug 22, 2019 - 09:43 PM

Friends do search for genital herpes

Den u will realise, what unsafe *** leads to.😡😡😡

STd are more vulnerable than u think

Please always ask for condoms and safety to ur partner before having ***🙏🙏

If he doesn't have safety den don't do ***,

Unsafe lust leads to HIV

Safe *** leads to happy life

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Posted On Aug 23, 2019 - 11:17 AM

Yes. Again as a medico I reiterate, Please be careful and do not risk your life by practising unsafe ***. I see so many videos uploaded on the net about young guys having unprotected bareback ***. I know it is very exciting and enjoyable. But think twice. Even a person who is absolutely safe looking and clean could be infected. I have personally experienced that with a friend. He seemed clean and healthy but later on tested to be positive.
*** *** is the most dangerous as there is a lot of friction involved.
Coming to treatment--it is not the end of the world if you do turn out to be positive.
There is very good treatment available now even at govt. hospitals. I know Nair hospital has a good infectious diseases department.
It is just one or 2 pills to be taken once daily and the side effects are negligible. But you have to take treatment very regularly and not miss a single days treatment.
You also have to get your viral load done on a regular basis and keep it under control. If it is low, you could have *** without being infective to your partner.
So please everyone reading this-- get your self tested as it can save you and save others who might get potentially infected by you. And everyone- Be safe and not sorry.
Also for those who just cant do without bareback ***- there is PrEP available which can be used as a preventive measure. Read about it. But it only protects you from HIV and has to be taken regularly. It does not protect you from other STDs.

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 10:35 AM


You Have Just a Few Years to Live
Myth. Because of the HIV drugs that are now available, the truth is that many people can live for decades with HIV and have a normal or near-normal life span. You can help prevent HIV from progressing to AIDS by seeing your doctor regularly, taking your medicines, and following your doctor's guidance.

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 10:38 AM

You'll Know You Have HIV Because of Your Symptoms
Myth. Some people don't show signs of HIV for years after being infected. However, many can have some symptoms within 10 days to a few weeks after infection. These first symptoms are similar to the flu or mononucleosis and may include fever, swollen lymph nodes, sore throat, rash, and muscle aches. They usually disappear after a few weeks and you may not have symptoms again for several years. The only way to tell you have HIV is to get tested.

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 10:52 AM

What factors put men who have *** with men at risk of HIV?

The fact that HIV prevalence among men who have *** with men is so high in many countries means that members of this group have an increased chance of being exposed to the virus. This is mainly due to having unprotected ***.10 However, there are other factors that put men who have *** with men at heightened risk of HIV.

Behavioural factors

Having multiple sexual partners is common among men who have *** with men, yet many men engaging in casual *** do not use condoms consistently. In 33 countries less than 60% of men who have *** with men had reported using a condom at last *** ***, and only 15 countries had rates higher than 80%.18

Data on other STIs among men who have *** with men are further evidence of inconsistent condom use.19 20

Access to HIV testing services among men who have *** with men is also varied. In several European and North American cities, men who have *** with men are approaching or have exceeded the 90-90-90 targets, with over 90% of men who have *** with men aware of their HIV status. Yet studies conducted in Kenya, Malawi and South Africa have found that only one in three HIV-positive men who have *** with men were aware of their status, and in Mozambique it was fewer than 10%.21 A study in India found that only 30% of a cohort of more than 1,000 men who have *** with men living with HIV were aware of their status.22

Not testing for HIV means that many men who have *** with men are unaware of their HIV status and may be unaware of the need to take protective measures to prevent onward transmission to others.

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 10:57 AM

Important 🔔🔔🔔🔔


Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is taken after potential exposure to HIV. WHO recommends offering PEP to men who have *** with men as part of a package of prevention options. It must also be coupled with counselling about the importance of finishing the treatment course. One study found that an average of just 67% of men who have *** with men completed the 28-day course, limiting the effectiveness of PEP.71

However, a French study among men who have *** with men who had taken previously taken PEP found many reported negative experiences. These included ‘awkward’ encounters when trying to access PEP at a health clinic, experiencing uneasiness and shame when accessing PEP at a hospital, unpleasant interactions and judgements from medical staff, side effects, and prevention messages that were ’inconsistent with real life'. This highlights the possible barriers to PEP men who have *** with men experience, which may compromise uptake.

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 11:07 AM

बचाव ही इलाज है
एचआईवी पॉजिटिव पुरुष या महिला के साथ अनसेफ (कॉन्डम यूज किए बिना) सेक्स से, चाहे सेक्स होमोसेक्सुअल ही क्यों न हो। भारत में एचआईवी/एड्स की सबसे खास वजह यही है। देश में एड्स के जो भी मामले हैं, उनमें से 86 फीसदी असुरक्षित सेक्स संबंधों की वजह से हैं।
- संक्रमित (इन्फेक्टेड) खून चढ़ाने से। इसकी वजह से एड्स होने के मामले 2.57 फीसदी हैं।
- एचआईवी पॉजिटिव महिला से पैदा हुए बच्चे में। बच्चा होने के बाद एचआईवी ग्रस्त मां के दूध पिलाने से भी इन्फेक्शन फैल सकता है।
- खून का सैंपल लेने या खून चढ़ाने में डिस्पोजेबल सिरिंज (सिर्फ एक ही बार इस्तेमाल में आने वाली सुई) न यूज करने से या फिर स्टरलाइज किए बिना निडल और सिरिंज यूज करने से। 1.97 फीसदी मामलों में इसकी वजह से एड्स होता है।
- हेयर ड्रेसर (नाई) के यहां बिना स्टरलाइज्ड (रोगाणु-मुक्त) उस्तरा, पुराना इन्फेक्टेड ब्लेड यूज करने से। सलून में हमेशा नया ब्लेड यूज हो रहा है, यह सुनिश्चित करें।

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 11:08 AM

ऐसे नहीं फैलता
- चूमने से। लेकिन, अगर किसी शख्स को एड्स है और उसके मुंह में कट या मसूड़े में सूजन जैसी समस्या है, तो उसे चूमने से एड्स फैल सकता है।
- हाथ मिलाना, गले मिलना, एक ही टॉइलेट यूज करना, एक ही गिलास में पानी पीना, छींकने, खांसने से इन्फेक्शन नहीं फैलता।
- यह खाने और हवा से भी नहीं फैलता।

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 11:11 AM

एचआईवी टेस्ट और काउंसलिंग के लिए सरकार ने पूरे देश में 5 हजार इंटिग्रेटेड काउंसलिंग ऐंड टेस्टिंग सेंटर (आईसीटीसी) बनाए हैं। इन सेंटरों पर व्यक्ति की काउंसलिंग और उसके बाद बाजू से खून लेकर जांच की जाती है। यह जांच फ्री होती है और रिपोर्ट आधे घंटे में मिल जाती है। आमतौर पर सभी जिला अस्पतालों, मेडिकल कॉलेजों और कुछ कम्यूनिटी हेल्थ सेंटरों पर यह सुविधा उपलब्ध है। यहां पूरी जांच के दौरान व्यक्ति की पहचान गुप्त रखी जाती है। पहले रैपिड या स्पॉट टेस्ट होता है, लेकिन इस टेस्ट में कई मामलों में गलत रिपोर्ट भी पाई गई हैं। इसलिए स्पॉट टेस्ट में पॉजिटिव आने के बाद व्यक्ति का एलाइजा टेस्ट किया जाता है। एलाइजा टेस्ट में कन्फर्म होने के बाद व्यक्ति को एचआईवी पॉजिटिव होने की रिपोर्ट दे दी जाती है।
- एचआईवी कन्फर्म हो जाने के बाद मरीज को इलाज के लिए एआरटी सेंटर भेजा जाता है। पूरे देश में ऐसे करीब 280 एआरटी सेंटर हैं। इन सेंटरों पर इलाज शुरू करने से पहले व्यक्ति का एक और ब्लड टेस्ट किया जाता है, जिसमें उसकी सीडी-4 सेल्स की संख्या का पता लगाया जाता है। अगर यह संख्या 350 से कम है तो व्यक्ति का फौरन इलाज शुरू कर दिया जाता है और अगर उससे ज्यादा है तो डॉक्टर उसे कुछ दिन बाद आने की सलाह दे सकते हैं। इन सेंटरों पर भी काउंसलर भी होते हैं, जो इलाज के साथ-साथ व्यक्ति की काउंसलिंग भी करते हैं। इलाज फ्री होता है और व्यक्ति की पहचान गुप्त रखी जाती है।
- दिल्ली की बात करें तो यहां आरएमएल, एलएनजेपी, मौलाना आजाद मेडिकल कॉलेज, एम्स, सफदरजंग जैसे सभी बड़े सरकारी अस्पतालों में ट्रीटमेंट सेंटर और टेस्टिंग सेंटर हैं।
- इसके अलावा, प्राइवेट अस्पतालों जैसे अपोलो और सेंट स्टीफंस आदि में भी एचआईवी की टेस्टिंग और इलाज की व्यवस्था है, लेकिन यहां इलाज बेहद महंगा पड़ता है। महीने भर के इलाज का खर्च 4 हजार रुपये या उससे भी ज्यादा हो सकता है।

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 11:22 AM

Wr i can get a hiv test in mumbai or navimumbai... 1st august 2019 one man give me a blowjob... ths is my first experience... but at that time i cant resist him... i washed my *** after that.. but frm that moment am worried about hiv.. however i didnt get any symptoms till now.. pls help me if u can..

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Posted On Aug 24, 2019 - 03:08 PM

@ guypanvel
Bro u do get tested in Mumbai as well as in Navi Mumbai. There are government hospitals which do it at free of cost.
If u don't want to go government hospital den u can go to private hospital or in private pathology lab.
Do test as early as possible, start Prep treatment if it needs with consultation of doctor.
Always use condoms even for oral ***

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