Lorraine shares whether women are able to infect men with HIV/AIDS during intercourse.
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Again, it is a lot more difficult to be passed from moment to now but it is possible. Some of those common things that I tell women especially because now we have such good treatment of the—women’s or people I should say individuals who are HIV positive think we don’t have to wear condom anymore because “Hey, we have undetected—now.” You still have HIV though in your system. Common things that I tell women to really pay attention to their own bodies, they can have a slight yeast infection, they can have—be starting their menstrual cycle. They could be ovulating which makes it even a much greater percentage of them passing it on to males. So, they need to really pay attention to their body you know what the changes that’s going on. And being that women have them monthly, you know we have to be a lot more intuitive with their own bodies than a man does you know because males don’t have the same changes every month while women do. And so then changes make it a lot more—make that difference.
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