When you have COVID-19With poor health, how you live, how you eat and drink can affect the results of recovery. Therefore, many couples wonder about whether to have “sex” during infection, especially when both have become F0. Here is the doctor’s answer.
“Hello doctor, I am 24 years old this year, my husband is 27. I have been infected with COVID-19 for a week now, the symptoms are not too severe. My husband took care of me, he also started showing signs of cough and low fever, but the test was quick. Both of them are in good health now, I want to ask the doctor whether we should continue to maintain a husband and wife relationship during this time, I hope to get an answer from the doctor. great number of”.
(Ngoc Anh, Thai Nguyen)
Should I have sex with COVID?
COVID-19 is a disease that can be transmitted in many ways. The most common is through the respiratory tract, but it can also be spread through direct contact with droplets of a virus carrier or surface with the virus. Therefore, if in a couple, one is F0, the other is not yet F0 Do not have sex to avoid infection.
If two people have COVID-19 with mild or no symptoms, they can have sex on demand gently, with little frequency so as not to affect their health.
Conversely, if 1 in 2 have underlying lung disease (such as tuberculosis, asthma); or Cardiovascular disease (such as hypertension, heart failure); have severe acute symptoms (such as fever, difficulty breathing, extreme fatigue) should not have sex because it can aggravate that medical condition and fall into danger.
Thus, it depends on the health status of the couple that decide whether to have a relationship. In general, F0 when having sex should ensure health factors, avoid exertion and fatigue.
Wish you and your wife get well soon!
Dr. Phan Thi Bich Thuan (specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology – Hanoi Hospital of Andrology and Infertility)
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