HI Brian, thank you. Will add your email to my mailing list and keep you posted.
What!￣s up Dear, are you truly visiting this site regularly, if so after that you will without doubt get good know-how.
Thanks for the edit, Beelzebibble! That missing comment really messed with the meaning.
From the person who only allows positive, glowing comments on your blog you sure can talk well, Bob.
Any help ,i started taking atroiza in june while i was pregnant and have now delivered my HIV negative baby, so i would like to know that is this Atroiza only for pregnant woman? Am i going to be switched to a new treatment because im no longer pregnant? Please help.
this is a free country. you are free to leave.
Wait a minute, di ba congressman din siya? Is he collecting salary as a congressman for doing nothing???
Dayum!- these remixes are amazing. Congratulations mate.
I am positive but my partner is not,I am planning to have a baby but I am afraid to take ARVs for the rest of my life. My viral load is undetactable and CD4 count is 600. Does this mean I will take the ARVs for the rest of my life if I plan to have a baby?
I have been dating my partner for about 18mnths now.we have been practising unsafe sex.as we were planning fr a baby.our mistake was that I tested alone and all my tests came back negative.but last week we decided to test together and our baby is six weeks old.his test came back positive and mine negative.I even took bloods which still came back negative.we received his CD4 count yesterday and its 74 so should start taking medication.my question is can I be realy negative and because I!￣m breastfeeding my baby am I not exposing her to the virus.I am supportive towards him but I!￣m scared to even have sexual intercourse with him.what are the possibilities that I might be positive and all tests can!￣t pick up the virus