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Table of Contents

The Same Old Me

First Steps

Daring to Disclose

Will I Still Have a Sex Life?

A Wellness Wake-Up Call

Time For HIV Treatment?

 
What You're Talking About
Gay-on-Gay Shaming: The New HIV War (blog) (27 comments)

Desert Migration - Focus on aging with HIV/AIDS (16 comments)

Concerns on HIV/AIDS Health Care Gaps in ACA Rollout (9 comments)

'Undetectable' Is the New 'Negative'? (8 comments)

The Fury of the PrEP Debate and Facts to Win It (blog) (8 comments)

Woman Sues City of Dearborn for HIV Discrimination by Police (8 comments)
Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

 
The Same Old Me
by Regan Hofmann
When Regan tested HIV positive, support (and spaghetti) got her through it. You’ll get through too

First Steps
by Nick Burns
When you test positive for HIV, you may feel like you’re alone. But there’s a support network out there ready to offer comfort, information and referrals to care

Daring to Disclose
by Nick Burns
When you have HIV, you shouldn’t have to go it alone. But how do you break the news to your loved ones? Here’s advice that could make a difficult process a little bit easier

Will I Still Have a Sex Life?
by Nick Burns
Many newly diagnosed folks wonder if they’ll ever have sex again—or if they’ll ever want to. You can get back in the game. Making love might not be quite the same as it was before HIV, but then again, it might be even better

A Wellness Wake-Up Call
by Liz Highleyman
If you’re like most people, HIV is not the only health issue you’re facing. Taking charge of your virus includes taking charge of your whole health—and testing positive is just the beginning

Time For HIV Treatment?
by Liz Highleyman
It’s well established that meds slow HIV and let positive people live long, healthy lives. But that doesn’t mean taking them is easy. A little knowledge can help you decide when to take pills—and which ones



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