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In order to potentially get their HIV into your system, you need to get it into your body through either a mucous membrane (which can be the lining of your vagina or anus, the tip of your penis, or the inside of your mouth depending on what parts you’ve got), a cut on your skin (it has to be pretty big and actively bleeding — a papercut or old cut that’s healed aren’t risks), or straight into your bloodstream through sharing needles.
There are some main acts that can result in fluid and site coming together, resulting in a potential infection.
Let’s say you know that the other person in question has HIV in their system.
Just because they have it doesn’t mean you will get it.
When someone first gets infected, the virus goes all spring break on your body while your immune system scrambles to retaliate.So the risk can pile up if you’re having sex with an HIV positive person multiple times.It’s also important to remember that you can get infected the first time you have sex with someone.The fluids through which HIV can be transmitted are blood, semen, precum (also called pre-seminal fluid), vaginal fluid, breast milk (only for mother-to-child transmission), and rectal fluids, also called anal mucous.Notice fluids not on this list, including spit, sweat, and tears.