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.
great job great song u guys have pure and real talent
My boyfriend and don!￣t use condom at all and m positive and his negative,I did nt infect him for the past 3years when I was not on treatment so now that m on treatment chances are zero to infect him?because that!￣s what he says
You!￣re on a roll ! Loving all your different outfits recently, they look beyond cool ! That top is gorgeous, and so is that cap !
Love the fern pic. Makes me feel there. Funny how you escaped the fog and I keep on priayng for it here. I!￣m dying to take some misty pics. Welcome back JJ, good to have ya!
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If both the husband and wife are HIV +ve, how best can they live? and is a CD4 count of 376 over 11 years safe without ARVs?
Six months back I tested Hiv and the results was negetive,one day ago my girlfriend went to test and the result was positive I am afraid to test again becouse we have been doing unprotected sex. please help
i love this look! Haven!￣t tried the ball cap yet but I will now!
I was attending some sort of school. A large male lo was blocking the path thru the courtyard to the main building. When i reported this to the woman behind the glass she told me not to worry, he!￣s !°weak!±. I got angry with her and shouted for her to call security anyway. Just then, a bell rang and the courtyard filled with students. They all ignored the lion who was afraid, cowardly and scurried thru the crowds of kids looking for a way out. (I!￣ve been out of college since 1999)