nelo27 saidthere´s always a risk, there´s actualy enough cases of infection from undetecteble cases with negs to prove that...
now matter how low it is, it´s still there...
think of it as luck, you can buy 10 lotery tickets and get nothing, your friend buys 2 and wins one if not 2...
you could be very unlucky and get it from a undetecteble on your first mistake or maybe not get it for years...plus undetecteble on blood doesnt mean it is on the butt hole or dong juice xD
play it safe, the risk is up to each person I supouse, just dont be a nasty "gift giver" if you get it xD
There actually aren't enough cases to show that undetectable people can pass hiv to a negative partner. Because so far there are zero cases. The study is only a few years old so needs more follow through.
Neither I, nor any other physician would advocate that people stop using condoms. Condoms are good, they reduce but do not eliminate the risk of catching stds. They are one tool in ending AIDS.
PrEP and TaP are two more tools that have been shown in rigorous trials to also reduce risk of HIV.
When it comes to calculating what level of risk is acceptable that is a negotiation between the people having sex.
It would be irresponsible to stop advocating for condoms. However condoms alone are insufficient to stop AIDS. They have to be used correctly 100% of the time. And even then are not infallible.
TaP and PrEP are major break throughs in stopping AIDS. It would be equally irresponsible to not use these additional tools to stop the spread of AIDS. Without TaP/PrEP those who can't/won't use condoms all the time will continue to get infected.