How is HIV Transmitted? 艾滋病毒的传播模式。

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Dr. CHOW Ting Soo, Consultant Physician and Infectious Disease Physician, Hospital Pulau Pinang.

谨记:进行艾滋病毒检测对于您的健康、您 的伴侣、您的生活和 您的未来很重要。事实上,艾滋病毒是可预防的,您可以减低或消除自己的感染风险。进行早期检测就可以尽早开始治疗,获得更好的治疗效果。很多病毒感染者通 过早期检测和适当的治疗都能够活得很久,并且过着正常的生活,因为科学和艾滋病毒治疗领域取得了很大的发展。

如果您担心自己可能感染艾滋病毒,马上就进行检测吧。确诊得越早,您保持健康和正常寿命的机会越高。进行艾滋病毒检测就意味着,如果您被确诊为艾滋病毒阳 性,您可以在感染对自己的身体和健康产生过多损害之前开始接受治疗。这就是“早期诊断”。进行艾滋病毒检测很重要,因为未经诊断的艾滋病毒感染者可能很长 一段时间都自我感觉很健康,但实际上病毒感染会严重侵害他们的身体。而且他们还可能把病毒传染给他人。

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You can get HIV
if you are exposed to / contact with body fluids of individuals who are HIV-positive. Body fluids that can transmit the virus are:
  •      Blood
  •      Vaginal fluids
  •      Semen
  •      Breastmilk

HIV is spread primarily by:
  • Not using a condom when having sex with a person who has HIV. All unprotected sex with someone who has HIV contains some risk.
  • Unprotected anal sex is riskier than unprotected vaginal sex.Among men who have sex with other men, unprotected receptive anal sex is riskier than unprotected insertive anal sex.
  • Having multiple sex partners or the presence of other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can increase the risk of infection during sex. Unprotected oral sex can also be a risk for HIV transmission, but it is a much lower risk than anal or vaginal sex.
  • Sharing needles, syringes, rinse water, or other equipment used to prepare illicit drugs for injection.
  • Being born to an infected mother—HIV can be passed from mother to child during pregnancy, birth, or breast-feeding.

Early diagnosis and treatment are essential for maintaining your health. Take control of your health and your life. Take an HIV and STI Test Today at your nearest healthcare provider or Klinik Kesihatan. If you have additional questions or concerns about HIV/AIDS or sexually transmitted infections, please contact or