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Hiv infection precautions.<br> How person get infected with HIV?

Sir, I heard that women with big asses have infected with HIV or other infections please explain, also I study that HIV virus is 70 time smaller then condom holes meant the viruses will pass easily through condom so 99% chances the person will sex with condom also will infect in HIV please explain? Sir please let me know what kind of act not to do during sex in order to be safe. ReGard Noor
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM.

It is not true. Women with big asses are not having any relation to HIV or any other infection. It is a total myth.
Similarly a rubber latex condom will not allow the virus to permeate outside and it offers a very high degree protection. If it is not true, all most all sex workers and almost more than 50% of men population would have already been infected with HIV. So have trust with condom.

Multiple partner sex and unprotected sex are always at risk.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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