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Ghanaian Medical Expert Warns Men Against Accepting Free Sex From Women

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Dr Omaima Arab a Ghana-based medical doctor at Greater Accra Regional Hospital has warned men to avoid accepting free sex from women they are not in a relationship with.
According to Dr. Omaima, several women may be infected with HIV and would want to spread it to other people. Dr Omaima revealed this in a recent interview on Accra-based 3FM. During the interview, Arab cautioned men to think twice before accepting free sex as it may lead to them contracting the virus and becoming victims of revenge.
“No woman offers sex for free. And if a woman is offering sex for free, you should think about it and ask why she’s doing that. There must be a reason behind it. It’s happening as we speak, some people have tested positive and are angry with the world and they want to take revenge and spread it to people.
“It’s really on the rise where ladies have contracted HIV and they are willing to give it out to men for free. They don’t want anything, just sexual and then that’s it. You pick up the virus. She’s moving to the next person.
“So for a woman to offer you sex for free, think twice,” Dr Omaima Arab cautioned.
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Dr Arab also urged men to be responsible and to consider protection when having sex. She further advised women who have contracted the virus to seek counselling and avoid taking out the frustration on innocent men.

HIV Infection Reports In Ghana

“In Ghana, there are currently 354 927 people living with HIV, with an estimated 16 574 new HIV infections in 2022. Over the years, the Government of Ghana, through the Ghana AIDS Commission and the National AIDS Control Programme, with support from the World Health Organization (WHO) and other partners has made significant efforts towards a strong HIV response.

In addition, healthcare workers have been trained and supported to provide HIV care and prevention services without stigma and discrimination. The country is also leveraging innovative approaches in the fight against HIV, including HIV self-testing and pre-exposure prophylaxis have been made available free of charge. These efforts over the years have resulted in a 38% reduction in new HIV infections since 2010.” World Health Organization Ghana reports.

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