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Thanx for the quick reply, I!￣m using IE9 and still don!￣t see the option. In chrome everything is OK.
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I had a dream last night that I arrived at a house to help someone .A lady answered the door and she looked very tired and troubled .She walked me to the back of the home and there was a boy about 12 years old he had horse hooves for his hands and feet.The lady left the boy was communicating with me but not through words he said he was tired of trying to make his mom understand that he is not helpless .The boy had dark hair .And very troubled .Can anyone tell me what this means
The safest way to reduce this risk is to use a condom. This protects against HIV and many other infections. If your girlfriend sometimes sleeps with her husband, it sound unlikely that you know whether her husband also sleeps with other people. You can only know about your own health by going for an HIV test yourself.
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It sounds like both you and your girlfriend need to talk to the doctor at the testing centre. It is very difficult to try and find out when someone became positive, but this might involve you both having your tests confirmed. You can not infect someone if you are HIV negative. I think the term that may have been used is DISCORDANT couple. This is used when one person is positive and the other is negative. Lots of positive people have relationships with negative people and this can include having children. Treatment for your girlfriend can reduce the chance of the baby having HIV.
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Hi im pregnant and i!￣ve found that im positive and i told my partner he went for test and he tested negative but we continue having sex without a condom and my CD4 count is high but im taking the AZT what will happen to our baby im worried.
I subcontract from Medicaid. I have a client that has had aids for 26 years. Him nd I are very close. He!￣s one of my best friends. His T cells are 100 I!￣m very worried . Is there anything we can do