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for unprotected anal intercourse with an hiv-positive partner with a fully suppressed viral load, the estimated risk of infection is zero. If hiv is not fully suppressed by effective treatment, anal intercourse without condoms is a high-risk route of sexual hiv transmission for both the insertive and receptive partner. Anal sex is the highest-risk sexual behavior for hiv transmission. Vaginal sex has a lower risk, and activities like oral sex, touching, and kissing carry little to no risk for getting or transmitting hiv. The vast majority of men who get hiv get it through anal sex. For insertive penile-vaginal sex, the risk of transmission lowers to 4 out of 10,000 exposures. Receptive anal intercourse with a partner who is hiv-positive is the sex act thats most likely to. Objective inform the public that receptive anal intercourse (rai) is a key transmission route of the human immunodeficiency virus (hiv) epidemic in the united states. Method the role of receptive anal intercourse (rai) in this epidemic will be examined using the following approach 1) risk comparison of hiv transmission via rai to the other major routes of transmission. Hiv transmission through these exposure routes is technically possible but unlikely and not well documented. Estimating per-act hiv transmission risk a systematic review. The risk is less than vaginal or anal intercourse, but the risk is real, and transmission can occur. There have already been reported cases of hiv infection specifically through giving oral sex. If an hiv-negative person has insertive anal sex with an hiv-positive partner, rectal fluid containing hiv can come into contact with the urethra andor the penis foreskin. Both the urethra and foreskin are vulnerable to hiv infection. Rectal fluid may not be the only fluid involved in the risk of hiv transmission during this type of sex. They estimated that hiv transmission risk during a single act of unprotected, receptive anal sex may be 18 times higher than unprotected, receptive vaginal sex 1. The estimated risk for unprotected, insertive anal sex was, as expected, found to be lower (0. 62 percent) than for receptive anal sex -- and lower still if the man is circumcised (0.). we estimate that the current per-act risk of hiv transmission via sexual exposures ranges from 4 per 10 000 exposures for insertive penilevaginal intercourse to 138 for receptive anal intercourse. Staggeringly low hiv transmission rates--sex worker intercourse csal. I recall a 2004 story focused on the adult entertainment industry where a hiv male engaged in intercourse with 13 females. I know that i am more at risk of being hiv-infected if i engaged in unprotected anal sex than in insertive oral.