“I am not at risk of getting HIV” weh don sir! I don’t know the type of immunity herbs you were given o but mek I tell you that no one is immune against HIV, the vaccine is not yet out; all we do is to prevent ourselves from the exposure.
“I am scared of testing positive” is another response given by some. Abeg, let’s analyse this matter, getting tested or not will not change your status, detecting that one is positive early enable the person to start managing the virus and live a healthy life without having to go through several complications that comes with the full fledge disease.
“I trust my boyfriend/girlfriend” Hmmmm, I hail you o! This is not a matter of holiness, HIV is not transmitted through sex alone. You cannot guarantee other ways your partner has been exposed.
“I don’t have money to pay.” Naso! There are several outlets out there where you can get HIV testing services free. You don’t have to break a bank to take the test. Watch out for other tweets where such outlets are listed.
Do you have any other reason you have been procrastinating, share with @NACANigeria @UNICEF_Nigeria and let’s tackle it.
There is woman power when it comes to protecting yourself against HIV and other STI. If he refuses to use the condom, there is female condom that you can use. It is either he uses, you uses or no sex, exercise your power.
Fun gist about female condom use coming in a bit. Do you think the female condom will make you sloppy? The inner and outer rings can make the ride more pleasurable. Follow the tweet trends.
Female condom is also perfect for vaginal sex. It is very rare for female condoms to break. It’s the safest seat belt.
Female condoms can be used minutes or hours before sex, no interruptions. Before bae shows, you don ready.Female condoms can be used with any type of lubricant. You have it just the way you want it.
Female condoms are larger than male condoms, it is comfortable and you have no issue with size.
Using female condoms gives both partner maximum pleasure. It is as effective as male condoms.
Using both male and female condoms at a time is not double protection, it causes broken protection. Choose one.
Proper and consistent use of condoms prevents HIV, STIs and unintended pregnancy.