Risks dating someone hiv positive

16-Mar-2015 14:23 by 6 Comments

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But a phylogenetic analysis of the DNA from the strain of HIV showed it had not come from the undetectable partner.

“The most common response I get from disbelievers is that positive men use ‘undetectable’ as a way of getting people to sleep with them without a condom,” says Tyler Curry, an editor with the new group HIV Equal, who has written about his frustration with gay men still ignorant about what it means to be undetectable.

~Dating an HIV Person~ I will not reveal the names of the people in this topic, but a post was made saying “I can’t never talk/date or mess around with someone HIV … A mutual friend screen shot and posted this on their Facebook page basically pointing out the ignorance of this person and posted, “People are entitled to feel how ever they want.

They are entitled to their own preferences, but why post something like this…..

But that’s not what this study says, at least not yet.

The longer the study progresses and the more people who participate (Partner 2 starts this year and includes only gay couples), the higher confidence researchers can claim in their probabilities.

Someone can easily say they are negative, fuck you (using protection of course) and keep it moving. He could have friends that are HIV that he hangs out with everyday! drinking off the same straw, eating off the same fork or sandwich (HIV doesn’t spread that way), but if he’s as shallow as he sounds, just imagine….

The landmark Partner study that everyone is talking about—which tracked HIV transmission risk through condomless sex if the HIV-positive partner is on suppressive antiretroviral medication—has so far found not even one case of an HIV-positive person with an undetectable viral load transmitting the virus to a partner.

We as the future of the gay community need to really stop this type of shit.

Granted the youth today don’t really see the importance and are still “in the closet”, they need to see what others in the community are doing to first prevent the HIV disease from spreading and stop all this hatred amongst one another,more judging amongst one another.

More importantly, statistics show researchers should have seen 15 transmissions in straight couples and 86 in gay couples if partners hadn’t been on treatment.

The chance of acquiring HIV from a partner who is undetectable very well might be zero.

Results so far are only preliminary and won’t be finalized until 2017.