HIV and Substance Use

Injection drug use (IDU) can be an immediate course of HIV transmission if individuals share syringes, needles or other infusion materials that are debased with HIV. In any case, drinking liquor and ingesting, smoking, or breathing in medications are additionally connected with expanded hazard for HIV. These substances change judgment, which can prompt to unsafe sexual practices (e.g., having intercourse without a condom, having numerous accomplices) that can make individuals more prone to get and transmit HIV.

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