The best way to prevent HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is to use a condom for penetrative sex and a dental dam for oral sex. The best way to prevent HIV is to use a condom for sex and to never share needles or other injecting equipment (including syringes and swabs).
To help prevent the spread of HIV
Take antiretroviral medicines. Getting treated for HIV can help prevent the spread of HIV to people who are not infected.
Tell your sex partner or partners about your behaviour and whether you are HIV-positive.
Follow safer sex practices, such as using condoms.
- STI control to prevent HIV transmission
- Behavioural interventions to prevent HIV transmission
- Male and female condoms and other physical barriers
- Using HIV Medication to Reduce Risk
- Reducing Sexual Risk
- Reducing Risk from Alcohol & Drug Use
- Reducing Mother-to-Child Risk
- Potential Future Options
- Adherence to HIV prevention strategies
Related Conference of HIV Prevention
HIV Prevention Conference Speakers
- Advancements in treatment of AIDS and vaccines for immune system
- AIDS and behavioral studies
- Diagnostic Tools for Immunological and Virological Monitoring of HIV Infection
- Epidemiology of HIV infection
- Historical significance of immunological studies and treatment of AIDS
- HIV Prevention
- HIV/AIDS-Related Cancer
- HIV/Viral Hepatitis
- Immune Responses
- Immunology of HIV/AIDS, STDs & STIs
- Infectious pathogens
- Novel findings on virology & immunology
- Paediatric HIV Treatment Initiative
- Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV
- Programs in biological Retrovirology
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Super and Co-Infections