The answer to your query is yes, an HIV-positive person can marry an HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) negative. A majority of the countries have no legal objections against marriage, although a few have a law to declare your HIV status to the partner.
When the HIV-infected person takes the antiretroviral drug regularly and has an undetectable HIV viral load, this greatly reduces the risk of transmitting the virus to the partner.
Consistent and proper use of condoms every time you have sex is advised. HIV-positive partner should continue with antiretroviral treatment regularly.
For HIV discordant couples, for future pregnancies, recommended techniques are sperm wash, in combination with in-vitro fertilization and intrauterine insemination. These are legal in some countries but not all.
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HIV is only transmitted through a fresh, deep, and actively bleeding wound. A scratch or a paper cut would not provide direct access for the virus into the bloodstream. Regards.
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