Not everyone who is HIV positive requires treatment. The decision to start treatment is based on a number of factors including your CD4 count, your HIV Viral load and whether or not you have had any health problems so far that can be attributed to HIV infection.
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Oral sex (mouth or tongue licking the Genitals) is low risk. However, it is not ‘no risk’ and is also a risk factor for STI, such as Syphilis and Gonorrhoea. So use a condm for Oral Sex to protect youself and your partner. There are flavoured Condoms available which have been specially designed for oral sex.
Drinking alcohol is very much a social activity. Alcohol can make people feel sexy, happy and uninhibited.
Never share needles, syringes, or other materials used to inject drugs. You are at risk if blood from an infected person gets into your bloodstream.