Hi i'm leah i'm undetected what do that really mean i know that it mean it a little bit still in my blood but can i pass it to someone

Hi i'm leah i'm undetected what do that really mean i know that it mean it a little bit still in my blood but can i pass it to someone

A myHIVteam Member said:

It doesn't mean that...it can b true n some cases...but n most...it is not..trust me iam a Victim of that Lie...its Taking a chance...just make Sure that if u think...u just hav to have Sex..Discuss it first with the other partner...make sure...its their Choice to take the Chance...and yes..it is a Chance...its only an Excepted Answer done on 1000 couples...but theres millions of others who did not get studied or considered n a study...wear a Condom...dont think for one second if your undectable for 20 years..that gives u the right to go out...hav sex and not tell..then infect an innocent person!..remember..there is no cure and you still hav hiv Anyibodys every much alive and u can b a carrier!...False news if you think any different!..protect yourself and others...its not worth destroying the lives of others just for the sake of getting off...remember..this is 2019..u also can b charged with Attempted Murder because u k owingly had sex with someone when u do test hiv positive!..dont believe this nonsense..sure it happens where u dont pass it..but not Always!😁😁😁

posted 3 months ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

AMEN
...PRAISE THE LORD!...Finally someone here with good sense and a Heart!..life is not about Sex...not after HIV...takes the Wind rightout of your Sails..now u hav responsibility to not Spead it YOURSELF!!😳😳😳😳Thank u for expressing that Men still hav MORALS!😁😁😁

posted 3 months ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

No matter what your status should be disclosed as even protection can fail
I Always practiced safe sex and here I am - i know others that feel different and I just don’t understand that - as someone that can pass something to someone else NOTHING is 100 % (barring just not having relationships) the other person has a right to know

posted 3 months ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

Exactly!...dont trustbeing undectable unless the partner agrees to it!...the chance is a choice...or it should b!😳😳😳😳

posted 3 months ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

U=U
Undetectable = Untransmittable

Now some facts to consider with that statement. You are only considered undetectable if you have had undetectable results for the past 6 months.
Just because you are undetectable now, does not mean you will be when you have sex with someone...many factors can attribute to your viral load going above the undetectable mark.
There has been many case studies between HIV+ and HIV- couples...there has not been one documented case were a HIV+ person who is/was undetectable gave HIV to a person who was negative. (I saw another post stating that was the case for them...sorry to say, that person was just lied to).

It is great that you are asking these sort of questions...knowledge is power. And if you still aren’t sure about something, do some research...there is way to much false information out there that adds fuel to the fire of stigma surrounding HIV.

posted 3 months ago
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