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14 July 2017

Condoms protect you from HIV

Unprotected vaginal or anal sex puts you at risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms will protect you and your partner from these risks.

14 July 2017

Myths about HIV

Whatever you might have heard, there are only four ways you can get HIV.

14 July 2017

HIV prevention and treatment myths

There are lots of myths about how you can cure or prevent HIV. Make sure you know the facts.

12 July 2017

Bathing doesn’t stop HIV

Don’t believe the myth - you cannot protect yourself against HIV by bathing or washing yourself after sex.

12 July 2017

HIV transmission through breastfeeding can be averted with treatment

Whether you should breastfeed your baby when you are living with HIV will depend on available antiretroviral resources and your viral load.

12 July 2017

Don’t let out of date condoms ruin your night

All industry approved condoms have an expiry date so it is best to check before you rubber up, as out-of-date condoms are more likely to break.

12 July 2017

Protecting yourself with condoms is as easy as 1-2-3

Condoms are a great protection method against HIV infection. Simply follow these steps to learn how to put one on.

12 July 2017

You can't get HIV from hugging

Don't believe the myth – there are only a few ways you can get infected with HIV, but hugging and touching someone isn't one of them.

12 July 2017

You can’t get HIV from a kiss

Don’t believe the myth - HIV can’t be transmitted from kissing or from everyday contact with someone living with HIV.

12 July 2017

HIV can’t be spread by animals or insects

Don’t believe the myth – although mosquitos carry blood, animals and insects can’t transmit HIV from one person to another.