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The risk of getting hiv varies widely depending on the type of sexual activity. Anal sex (intercourse), which involves inserting the penis into the anus, carries the highest risk of transmitting hiv if either partner is hiv-positive. if the hiv-positive partner is taking antiretroviral treatment and has a fully suppressed viral load (undetectable), the risk of hiv transmission through anal intercourse is zero. The partner-2 study followed 783 male couples in which the hiv-positive partner had an undetectable viral load and no condoms were used in anal intercourse. Objectives to describe receptive anal intercourse (rai) behaviors and correlates in a cohort of sub-saharan african women, evaluate the association of rai with hiv-1 risk, and evaluate whether the hiv-1 prevention efficacy of a dapivirine vaginal ring differs among women who reported rai. Design secondary analysis of the mtn-020aspire trial, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled. Condomless anal intercourse is associated with a high risk of hiv. Being the receptive partnerthe bottomduring condomless anal sex puts a person at a much higher risk for hiv, but its possible for either partner to get hiv. 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. having anal sex can increase the risk of bacterial infection, pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections, and it can worsen hemorrhoids. often referred to simply as anal sex, anal intercourse is sexual activity that involves putting a penis into an anus. multiple sexual partners is also listed as a risk factor for anal cancer. Again, it is the woman experiencing heterosexual anal intercourse who is at risk. D) the center for disease control and prevention (cdc) just released (august 2016) a new fact sheet on anal sex and hiv risk.