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Question of the Month answered by My Canadian Pharmacy:

The question sounds like: “Should you ask your partner about HIV or if you are HIV+ patient should you inform your sexual partner before intercourse?”

My Canadian Pharmacy will show different point of views.

Alan said that if you suffer from STD it is your duty to inform the partner about this circumstances or if you do not you may ask but politely whether he has it or not.

If I do not be informed about such disorders you will be disappointed because it is my health said RG- San Diego.

I think that if someone asks, neither your partner may know for sure the answer. It means you cannot be sure you are with healthy person at this moment. But if someone knows exactly that they are HIV+, they need to inform the partner. Everyone should have a right to choose whether or not they want to be with such a partner. If the HIV+ person, whom at that point has no risk factor to worry about, makes that choice for both of them, that would just be inadequate and silly. Mike, San Francisco

We are all for safe sex!!!! In fact, I don’t believe that many of those individuals who have HIV is ready to inform such an information to their sexual partner. I believe however, between two people should be there should be open communication. Every cushion should be taken by both parties to protect themselves regardless as to whether or not they have HIV”. AGP, Florida

I can not clearly explain whether such information should be spread but between two people it is obligatory to the point of view of Karen, NYC.

“I think anyone having sex today goes into it knowing full well of their risks. You should know exactly that anyone you’re going to have sexual contact might have HIV or another STD, the reason is to protect yourself. To ask your partner about it is very important, but it can be really difficult, and plus the there are cases when there are no symptoms of HIV of the person.” -Andrew, Minneapolis

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