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Hello all I have a question, what makes the HIV virus either active or inactive, and what does it mean. I was told by somebody that HIV is inactive outside the body in precum. I don't understand, will somebody please help me figure this out.
Thanks a bunch!
we all hate sickness btw HIV gets active if u had unprotected vaginal anal with someone positive and u shared with them need or mother to baby it is inactive if oral sex with someone positive because saliva have many enzymes that kills this virus
Yes why are you laughing, what about mutral masterbation (masturbation) and precum from one male gets on the penis head of the other male, in this type of exposure is the virus inactive, was I ask risk
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