Preventing from getting HIV by avoiding behaviors that might result in contact with infected blood, need more intensive attention on this advise below:
- Never practice sex along your live or always use a condom during sexual activity, unless you are in a relationship with one partner and don't try with illegal partner.
- Don't try have sex with someone who has HIV, it is very effective on prevent getting Aids.
- Reduce your number of sex partners is bad but avoid numbers of sex partner is better, preferably to one partner.
- Talk with your sex partner or partners about their sexual history, as well as your own sexual history. Find out whether your partner has engaged in high-risk behaviors.
- Avoid alcohol and drugs, because drug and alcohol is close to bad relationship.
- Do not share intravenous (IV) needles, syringes, cookers, cotton, cocaine spoons, or eyedroppers with others if you use drugs.
If you are HIV-positive (infected with HIV) or better don't engage in sex or needle-sharing with someone who could be infected with HIV, take precautions to avoid spreading the infection to others. You must much of pray to God because HIV can't pretend for long time.
- Tell to your doctor or partners about your behavior and whether you are HIV positive.
- There in no guarantee safe sex practices for partner, even using condoms.
You must close to you God so can understand for not donate blood, plasma, semen, body organs, or body tissues.
- You also must be patient for not share personal items, such as toothbrushes, razors, or sex toys, that may be contaminated with blood, semen, or vaginal fluids.
- An HIV-infected pregnant woman can prevent or reduce the risk of spreading HIV to her baby if she takes the medicine zidovudine (ZDV, formerly AZT) during pregnancy and if she does not breast-feed her baby. The baby should also receive ZDV after birth.