Treatment as Prevention like Condoms and PrEP (Pre-Exposure-Prophylaxis), are when properly used an effective form of protection against a HIV-infection.
Treatment as Prevention means that a HIV positive person, whose viral load is below the detection limit (due to the proper use of medication), is not infectious anymore.
Following conditions must be met:
Treatment asPrevention only protects against HIV but not against other STls.
Treatment as Prevention, Condoms and PrEP reliably protect you against HIV and can be used in combination. Choose what works best for you. Click here for more information.
When giving a blow job, the chance of HIV infection is unlikely. Even if someone cums in your mouth, the risk remains very low. Injuries to the mucous membrane caused by deep throating or nasally-consumed drugs increase the risk of infection however. Other sexually transmitted infections (STI), such as gonorrhoea, chlamydia, and hepatitis A and B, can be transmitted during blow jobs. If this happens, you can have a doctor treat you. Remember though that some infections may be slow to show symptoms, or show none at all.
Get yourself tested several times a year for HIV, hep C and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)! Swabs for your dick, your throat and your ass ensure that you’re safe in the knowledge of finding anything that doesn’t belong there! Vaccinations are possible against hepatitis A and B.