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Did you know these factors can prevent AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases?

Do you think that practicing and applying sexual safety tips reduce sexual pleasure? Safe sex can increase sexual pleasure by preventing AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis and genital warts. In fact, healthy sex can elevate your sexual life by increasing sex and creating a sense of reliability between you and your sexual partner.

What is the safest sex?

The safest way to prevent the AIDS virus and other sexually transmitted diseases is not to have sex!!! Furthermore, the safest way of sex is the one between two sexual partners, neither of whom have been infected with any sexually transmitted diseases and used injecting drugs. The individual should have only one sexual partner. If your sexual partner is infected with the AIDS virus or other sexually transmitted diseases, you suspect or have not enough knowledge; the following safe sexual considerations need to be heeded:

• Talking about sex and verbal stimulation

• Touch your body and stimulate yourself

• Touching your partner’s whole body except the genitals

• Touching your partner’s genitals over clothes

• Kissing

What is safe sex?

Sex has some potential dangers; however, through safety tips considerations, these potential dangers are greatly diminished. In short, safe sex can be defined as: Not allowing semen or vaginal discharge to enter the vagina, anus, penis or mouth. Moreover, it is defined as avoiding the sex which comes in direct skin-to-skin contact (because some sexually transmitted diseases can only be transmitted through direct contact between infected skin and healthy skin). If there is any kind of wound in the mouth or gums, serious precautions must be taken into account. This reduces the risk of AIDS transmission.

Safe sex is a relationship that follows the tips as below:

  • Oral sex should be through a condom or other special tools.
  • Vaginal and anal sex should be done using a female or male condom.

What if both partners become infected with the AIDS virus?

If you and your partner are both infected with the AIDS virus, you may think that you no longer need to take into account the preventive ways of sexually transmitted diseases. But this idea is wrong. Using safe sex will protect you from other sexually transmitted diseases. You may also be protected from other types of AIDS virus that are drug-resistant.

In the following, some points, which should be used whether by infected or healthy individuals, will be elucidated.  They will help prevent sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS.

Using condom and other preventive methods for safe sex

Barriers like condom can protect against viruses, bacteria and other infectious particles. Male condoms are the most common means of protecting against sexually transmitted diseases. If your sexual partner refuses to use a male condom, you can use a female condom that is placed inside the vagina. Female condoms are more expensive than male condoms and their use needs practice.

Here are some general tips on how to prepare and use condoms and other precautionary tools.

  • Always use a new condom in each sex.
  • Use condoms that are designed to prevent the transmission of sexual disease. These condoms are easily available in pharmacies without a prescription.
  • If you use latex condoms, make use of only water-based lubricants. Please avoid using oil-based lubricants, like Vaseline and lotions. These materials may cause latex condoms to tear.
  • If you are allergic to latex, you can use polyurethane condoms with an oil-based lubricant.
  • Keep condoms in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. Do not put a condom in your wallet for more than a few hours.
  • Never use a condom that is breakable, sticky or discolored. Do not use the condom if its packaging is damaged.
  • During oral sex, it is crucial to cover all parts of the skin which is in contact with the mouth and tongue with a condom or other special tools. If these special tools are not available you can utilize a large piece of plastic. You can also cut a condom lengthwise and place it on the vagina during oral sex.
  • If you or your sexual partner is infected with HIV, be sure to use surgical latex gloves to touch the sexual parts of his/her body. Wounds on the hand can transmit and spread the virus.

Ask your doctor about medicines like Truvada. Its positive impact on preventing the transmission of HIV in high-risk patients has been authenticated. Truvada shall be used in accordance with the aforementioned points.

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