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Back to Sexual health. Having sex without protection is risky. Unprotected sex is any sex without contraception or a condom. You may have forgotten to use contraception, or it may not have worked. This will stop the condom slipping off and leaking sperm.
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WHO | The Risks of Unsafe Sex and AIDS: The World Health Organization's Response
Unprotected sexual intercourse among HIV-positive people can adversely affect their own health by increasing their exposure to multiple strains of HIV-1 or other sexually transmitted infections STIs. The study explored the relationship between knowledge of Nepalese HIV-positive men about the consequences of having unprotected sex with seroconcordant partners and their intention to practise safer sex with such partners. In total, participants recruited conveniently in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, were interviewed. Each participant reported intention to practise safer sex with seroconcordant partners, know-ledge about the consequences of having unprotected sex with seroconcordant partners, perceived partner-related barriers to condom-use, belief that condoms interfere with sex, and condom-use self-efficacy. Of the participants, Similarly, the participants who were employed or who had lower levels of belief that condoms interfere with sex were more likely to intend to practise safer sex.
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The Risks of Unsafe Sex and AIDS: The World Health Organization's Response
Many STIs can be effectively treated and managed. Left untreated many STIs can get worse and cause long term health problems. If you think you have recently been exposed to HIV, within the last 72 hours, then you may want to consider taking PEP. It is only offered when there has been a high risk of exposure to HIV. If you are worried about an unintended pregnancy then you may want to act fast, within 72 hours, to take emergency contraception.
Unsafe sex is ranked second among the top ten risk factors to health in terms of the burden of disease they cause. AIDS has taken more than 20 million lives in 20 years and in the worst affected countries is now beginning to erode key sectors, reverse economic development and jeopardize national security. It is estimated that, in the absence a massive scaling up of current efforts, another 45 million people will be infected with the human immuno-deficiency virus by Up to 30 million more will have died. In addition, an estimated million curable sexually transmitted infections STIs occur each year.