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In the penis, vagina and anus, HIV may enter through very small cuts or sores or directly through the mucous membranes. The virus can’t survive well in the mouth (in semen, vaginal fluid or blood), so the risk of HIV transmission through the throat, gums and oral membranes is low.Having an STI, cuts or mouth sores, recent dental work or bleeding gums may increase the likelihood that HIV may be transmitted during oral sex if the partner living with HIV has a detectable viral load and the person who is HIV-negative is not taking Pr EP."I just wanted to let you know how much I love POZ magazine and POZ Personals.

We recommend people who are sexually active and people who inject drugs get tested for HIV and sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) every three to six months.We provide sexual health, substance & behavioral health, engagement & retention, and social support services, and advocate at all levels of government for people living with and at risk for HIV.