HIV RISK ORAL SEX?
Using a condom during anal sex greatly reduces the risks of HIV transmission. Many couples—where one partner is positive and the other negative—have successfully not transmitted HIV through regular condom use. To avoid condom breakage, use plenty of lube. If a condom breaks, Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) [www.sfcityclinic.org/PEP] is an option that may be prevent someone who has been sexually exposed to HIV from becoming infected. You must be tested and prescribed the medication within 72 hours of an exposure to HIV.
To your health,
HIV testing and care for those who are eligible -- at City Clinic.