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Studies have found a link, although how frequent ejaculation may protect against prostate cancer is not well understood.
However, intimate contact can increase the risk of spreading COVID-19 through coughing, sneezing and kissing, experts caution.
The finding may help explain why some female sex workers remain HIV negative without using condoms.
This raises the risk of transmitting the virus while interrupting treatment as part of a study.
In a small study, the drop in seminal viral load in men who started treatment with PIs lagged behind that of men going on other HIV meds.
An element of semen both lowers the effectiveness of many HIV microbicides and enhances the virus’s infectiousness, possibly explaining why re...
Even when a man’s blood viral load is undetectable, he may have intermittently detectable levels of HIV in his semen.
Despite an undetectable plasma viral load, HIV may be intermittently present in men’s semen
One in 13 HIV-positive gay men who maintain an undetectable blood viral load still experience intermittent viral shedding in their semen.
Low-level HIV replication in semen is associated with the shedding of herpes viruses.
About 16 percent of women and 4 percent of men taking HIV therapy in a recent study experienced a persistent viral load in their genital secre...
The concentration of cytokines in the semen of HIV-positive men may be a crucial factor that determines the transmission during vaginal sex.
Not surprisingly, the banana method—you know the one used in sex education classes to teach students how to properly put on a condom—is...
Undetectable viral loads in blood is not a guarantee that HIV is also undetectable in semen, according to a new study involving 101 men who ha...
Canada’s health agency has cautioned aspirant parents seeking donor sperm that unregulated semen advertised as “fresh”
The genetic makeup of HIV in semen differs from that of HIV in the bloodstream, according to a study published in the Public Library of Scienc...
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