No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. I don’t even know how we could have different statuses because I’m on the pill and we haven’t been using condoms in almost a year, but I’m really relieved I don’t have it.I love him so much, I don’t even care right now that he cheated on me and got this lifelong disease. A: First of all, I want to recognize that that’s an intense situation to be confronted with.But what about finding solutions to those stressful sexual health situations that inevitably crop up when you’re getting down?
The fluids through which HIV can be transmitted are blood, semen, precum (also called pre-seminal fluid), vaginal fluid, breast milk (only for mother-to-child transmission), and rectal fluids, also called anal mucous.
Look for a loving relationship with a person who wants to be with you for you.
Sex and being sexy can be important and exciting parts of your relationship.
You may feel a good bit of relief even from telling one person you can trust. Once you connect with others, you will probably begin to feel more self-confident. Visit The Well Project's Web site to learn more about their resources and initiatives for women living with HIV.
As you feel better about yourself, you will likely remember how loving you can be -- not just with yourself, but with others. The Well Project shares its content with The to ensure all people have access to the highest quality treatment information available.
There are two main approaches to when to tell: Tell before the first kiss, often before the first date. It is important to remember that there is much more to you than your HIV.