- The estimated risk of infection is zero for unprotected anal intercourse with an HIV-positive partner with a fully suppressed viral load.
- If HIV isn’t completely suppressed by effective therapy, rectal intercourse without condoms is just a high-risk path of intimate HIV transmission for both the insertive and receptive partner.
- Intimately sent infections while the HIV-positive partner being recently contaminated boost the chance of transmission.
In the event that HIV-positive partner is using antiretroviral therapy and it has a fully suppressed viral load (‘undetectable’), the possibility of HIV transmission through anal sex is zero.
The PARTNER-2 research used 783 male partners when the HIV-positive partner had an invisible viral load with no condoms were utilized in anal sex. No HIV transmission from HIV-positive partners took place and the researchers concluded that the risk of HIV transmission in these circumstances was effectively zero (Rodger) after 1596 couple-years of follow-up and 77,000 acts of unprotected anal intercourse.
If viral load is detectable, condomless intercourse that is anal a very efficient means of transmitting HIV, and it’s also considered a high-risk task for both lovers, even though the precise level of risk can be determined by numerous facets. Continue reading “Rectal intercourse while the danger of HIV transmission”