The results of determination of the ejaculate contagiousness among HIV positive men, depending on clinically-virological specifics of HIV infection course

Potokiĭ, N.Ĭ

Wiadomosci Lekarskie 67(2 Part 2): 371-373

2014


ISSN/ISBN: 0043-5147
PMID: 25796874
Document Number: 16964
Here are presented the results of study of how the HIV viral load level in blood affects ejaculate contagiousness, study of clinical stage of HIV infection and co-infection HIV/HCV. It is shown that the risk of infecting with HIV via ejaculate is higher when level of HIV viral load, that men have, exceeds 10000 copies per ml. (p < 0.05), clinical stage of the main decease is 2-3 (p < 0.05 and p < 0.01) and co-infection HIV/HCV is present. All of this should be considered when consulting discordant in relation to HIV infection couples concerning pregnancy planning, establishing indications and contraindications as for applying assistant reproductive technology for discordant couples where HIV positive is man.

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The results of determination of the ejaculate contagiousness among HIV positive men, depending on clinically-virological specifics of HIV infection course