Preventing woman to woman transmission of HIV.
It is possible for HIV positive women to pass the virus to female sexual partners, though to risk is low, (and documented cases almost nonexistent)"Absence of proof isn't proof of absence" Says Helena Kwakwa, MD Of the Philadelphia Health Department's HIV clinical services. (Kwakwa reported one case of lesbian sexual transmission, which seemed to involve shared sex toys, in Clinical infectious diseases in 2003) Fisting, rough sex or anything else that may cause torn membranes and bleeding might pose an HIV transmission risk.
If you are positive, create an effective HIV treatment plan with your doctor.
If your HIV/AIDS is well controlled, the risk of transmission decreases.
Get tested and treated for other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) unchecked genital herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia not only create potentially serious problems for women, but also increase the risk of transmitting HIV.
Don't share sex toys, which can carry bodily fluids.
Use protection (you might try finger cots)if you penetrate your partner when you have raggedy fingernails and recent cuts on your fingers. Sharp nails can tear vaginal membranes, and cuts can bleed during sex.
Avoid oral sex during menstrual cycles or when a positive woman shows signs of irritation, sores, cuts or inflammation in either her mouth or [censored]. Consider using barrier methods such as dental dams during oral sex.
If you are a lesbian and you are HIV negative, get tested for the virus regularly, even if you only have sex with women.