Therapy as prevention is, besides PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and the condom, an effective protection against HIV infection.
Protection through therapy means that an HIV-positive person whose viral load is below the detection limit is no longer infectious.
The following conditions must be observed:
The virus load has been below the detection limit for at least six months.
The HIV medication is taken correctly and regularly.
The virus load is examined every three months by a specialist.
Therapy as prevention only protects against HIV, not against other STIs. Condoms can offer additional protection here.
Condoms, PrEP and therapy as prevention reliably protect you against HIV and can be combined with each other.
Choose what suits you best.
During the blowing, infection with HIV is unlikely. Even if someone squirts in your mouth, the risk is very low. Injuries to the mucous membrane caused by deep blowing (deepthroat) or nasal drugs increase the risk of infection. Other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as gonorrhea, chlamydia and hepatitis A and B, can be transmitted by blowing. If this happens, you can get treatment from your doctor. Remember that some infections can be symptom-free.
Get tested several times a year for HIV, Hep C and other sexually transmitted infections (STI)! Swabs on your dick, ass and throat give you the security to find everything that does not belong there! Vaccinations against Hepatitis A and B are possible.